Vegan Lifestyle and Sustainability to Spur Smart Greenhouses to Everyone’s Home
Posted On October 17, 2020
With the drastic increase in greenhouse emissions, leading market players have shifted their sole focus on adopting measures to reduce the emissions. The introduction of smart greenhouses that facilitates the yielding of organic vegetables from home has emerged as the latest trend. Start-ups, as well as leading tech firms, have augmented with the launch of newfangled concepts by taking vegan lifestyle and sustainability into consideration. With the innovative models of greenhouses produced by them, users can grow organic plants and monitor their health as well. The demand for smart greenhouses is expected to upsurge in the upcoming years.
Benefits and Growth Pattern of Smart Greenhouses
Keeping the cultivation of organic vegetables and sustainability in mind, leading market players have been taking all the much-needed steps. A French start-up called myfood introduced an approach of smart greenhouses that carries the capability to cultivate approximately 400 kg of organic vegetables and foods annually.
It is not much of a time-taking process, and cultivators need to invest only a few hours for that. With the distribution of start-up in nearly 200 smart greenhouses and 14 nations globally, the plan for further expansion into North America has been going on. Myfood aims to reduce the carbon footprint globally, along with monitoring plant health with the combination of smart technology and permaculture principles. The primary objective of the start-up is to reduce the utilization of pesticides and fertilizers, along with helping people connect with nature by its greenhouses. With the evolution of smart greenhouses, it aims to cultivate healthy vegetables and foods every year.
The smart greenhouse structures offered by the start-up can be easily installed, furnished with LED lighting, and are energy efficient that can be monitored easily through smartphones.
Furthermore, these smart greenhouses are open for customization. To reduce carbon emissions and ensure sustainability, the start-up intents to contribute to society through the cultivation of organic vegetables at home. Such initiatives are expected to spur the growth of the global smart greenhouse market in the upcoming decade.
To be a part of the rising trend of promoting sustainability from homes, LG Electronics has launched an ultra-modern indoor gardening vegetable cultivator. It provides advanced temperature, water control, and light along with a growth-monitoring app and all-in-one seed collection.