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Eco Gadgets : This Garden requires no soil and no fertilizers!

10 March 2009 9 Comments

If you are considering that you can not grow the fresh fruits, vegetables without soils and fertilizers then you are wrong. Now soils and fertilizers are not necessary for gardening. Jim Ruck has introduced a Eco friendly gadget which can grow vegetables and fruits inside your home without soils and fertilizers.
For designer Jim Ruck has popped up with a revolutionary technology that grows plants and vegetables without using the soil and fertilizers. Hailed as ‘Hydroponic Garden,’ the portable table or desk unit enhancing the decor becomes an integral part of modern living spaces. While the plants gets water and other important nutrients via misters located underneath the top surface (vegetation). The radical home garden not just gives an elegant look to your place but also grows natural plants without even messing up with frenzied garden work. You cannot ask for more than that!
If you want to get fresh supply of vegetables, fruits and herbs then you may go for the Hydroponic plant growing technology and it is possible without investing hard work and time in garden.


  • cheerio said:

    It’s not hydroponic(water), it’s aeroponic(air).
    Roots exposed to light will eventually turn green, and will cause slow sickly growth.

  • Chander shekhar said:

    I am looking for this. This is really gud.

  • Che Geordievara said:

    it’s made out of plastic and runs off mains electric, so what is ‘eco’ about it again?

  • MJ said:

    You’re Right?
    It is so “Eco friendly” product which has to be manufactured, packaged, advertised, shipped and plugged in to grow plants. Dirt works just fine and if one lives in an apartment, wonderful plants can be grown in pots. With Dirt! With compost of course, but you get the idea? Right?

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  • dave jackson said:

    enjoyed reading your articles excellent stuff keep up the good work

  • Omid said:

    dear Sir/Madam:

    i would be appreciated if you let me know how i can prepare this produc

  • Burton Haynes said:

    Great finally

  • Growing closet said:

    Wonderful post – I was working on a similar article which I will probably still write, but from a slightly different angle. Thanks for sharing this with your readers…I’m sure I’m not the only one who appreciates it.

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