Grow Your Own Food In Your Own Home

The Grove Garden provides a symbiotic relationship between fish, bacteria and plants.

70% of freshwater we use goes to agriculture and a lot of that water is wasted. The Grove Garden wants to change that by providing tools to grow a mini-farm right in the users' homes. Here's how it works:

The aquarium houses the fish which produces the waste. Bacteria processes the waste and converts it into nitrate. Nitrate is an optimal plant fertilizer. Then the nutrient rich water is pumped through the entire ecosystem. This provides a natural nitrogen cycle and a symbiotic relationship between fish, bacteria and plants.

You can even connect your smartphone to the garden so you can grow your food anywhere at anytime!

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