Case Study on Performing Indoor Gardening with New Technology Implication to Overcome the Gaps in the Existing Solutions
International Research Journal on Advanced Science Hub,
2020, Volume 2, Issue 8, Pages 19-22
AbstractIn the present-day world, innovation is commanding characteristic things and people aren't in bond with nature. One fundamental issue in this aggregate issue is the inaccessibility of natural foods grown from the ground. In any event, when individuals want to develop natural vegetables, they are in the absence of room at their clogged habitations. In any event, developing it in pots turns into a monotonous procedure because of the prerequisite of successive checking of the plants. Indoor Gardening is a convenient solution for this situation. This paper reviews the benefits and requirements of indoor gardening, and the existing technologies which help urban people practice the art of gardening within their household, office space, or any other closed landscapes, without access to direct sunlight or soil.
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