One of the greatest challenges of modern life unfolds in your kitchen. Get ready!
How do you get food that isn’t doused in pesticides and chemicals?
Growing your own is always an option but what about those of us who live in urban areas?
If you live in an apartment, condo or townhouse with no garden, you’ve always been out of luck when it comes to cultivating your own product – until now.
Welcome to the kitchen of the future!
Having an Urban Cultivator means you can harvest seconds before you plate, giving you access to fresh, organic microgreens and herbs year-round.
Urban Cultivator aims to change the way we look at food and the art of growing it forever.
Hydroponic Solutions for Urban Indoor Gardening
Hydroponics have a bad rap. This is unfair. There’s nothing wrong with growing on water. It’s the fact that so many people turned to growing marijuana, illegally, on water that trashed the reputation of this awesome technology.
When you grow on water and use lamps, you can grow anywhere.
You can plant crops in your closets, under the stairs, in the corner of a bedroom and you can maintain a constant temperature and provide exactly the nutrition that your plants need to thrive.
Urban Cultivator Residential in Action
With the Urban Cultivator you can grow a variety of herbs and microgreens right in your own kitchen garden – up to 8 varieties at a time.
This is a sweet 24″ machine that operates on 110v or 220v power and averages 18 kWh per month.
It’s also CSA certified and comes with a 3 year warranty.
This Is Locavore In Action
Jessica Prentice, of Local Foods Wheel, coined the term “locavore” and it represents people committed to only consuming products grown or harvested within 100 miles of their home.
Urban Cultivator has
given us the means to become locavores no matter where we live and no
matter how far we are from a farm.
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