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smart garden

A vegetable or herb garden that is controlled by computer. Although farming and gardening have been enhanced with computers and electronic devices for decades, the smart garden often refers to small, indoor units that by various means determine when to alert the user to add nutrients. Smart gardens may also manage their own lighting.


A Smart Garden
This AeroGrow herb garden turns its lights on and off, signals when to add nutrients and offers tips throughout the growing cycle. The light canopy can be easily raised as plants grow.
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