Grow Vegetables in Your Apartment Effortlessly With Foop and Your Smartphone

Posted On Wed, May 11, 2016 By

Posted On Wed, May 11, 2016 By In Green Design, Products, Technology

Caring for plants at home is a nice idea, but growing food inside your city apartment is an even better one. Now with Foop, a hydroponic pod from Japan, you can grow vegetables and herbs, like lettuce, parsley, basil, and mesclun with almost no effort. The process couldn’t be easier; The first step is to purchase of your desired vegetable seeds, and the second to place the seeds into Foop’s “cultivation cup.” After the seeds are in place, you set a time frame for them to grow using Foop’s app. When the vegetables are ripe for picking, you’ll get a notification on your phone!

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foop, home garden
The name Foop is a clever hybrid combining the words “food” and “people.” The unit features modern design including lightweight wood panelling and a mini vegetable drawer.

foop, home garden

The units are currently available for pre-order and will cost you 38,800 yen, or $359. According to the company, they are only making 100 units and plan to ship them out in September. Pre-orders are being taken here.


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