Ecobloom based in Stockholm, Sweden have created a new smart interactive ecosystem that combines a miniature greenhouse and self-sustaining aquarium allowing you to enjoy both without any of the hassle involved. Using a ancient growing technique called ‘Aquaponics’ the system uses fish waste as the nutrient source for the plants, while the plants naturally filters the water which is recirculated back to the fish.
“A natural and effective way of cleaning your aquarium, creating the ultimate self-sustaining and resource efficient ecosystem where plants and fish live in symbiosis. It requires no soil or chemical fertilizers, and it’s totally free from pesticides.” Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the EcoGarden, marketed as the “world’s smartest interactive ecosystem”.
“Never think twice about watering your plants or feeding your fish, the EcoGarden does it for you! With its integrated sensors and innovative technology, it acts on its own, or reacts to your instructions. Check the temperature, feed your fish, or simply notify it that you’re going abroad for a few days! You’re always just one click away.
The EcoGarden is a combination of a smart miniature greenhouse and a self-cleaning aquarium. One intelligent ecosystem that is capable of growing a variety of fresh herbs and veggies all year round, without any prior knowledge. We strive to making growing fun and easy, and accessible for everyone. The EcoGarden was created so you can monitor and control it remotely, and follow the whole growing process, from seed to harvest, right from the palm of your hand.”
For more specifications and Kickstarter backing options jump over to the official crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below.