Master invented the intelligent farm tree so that people in the city can also eat the vegetables picked at the moment

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 Master invented the intelligent farm tree so that people in the city can also eat the vegetables picked at the moment


It can be like an ordinary tree, standing on the side of the street normally, covering an area of only 2 square feet (about 0.19 u33a1), almost like a tree. Its name glasir roughly means glittering, which is called the most beautiful tree among gods in the myth and legend of northern Europe.

But in fact, its a high-tech device that combines artificial intelligence with a series of environmental sensors. Through ingenious design, it can be assembled into the shape of a tree. This system consists of ten basic modules, which can be combined as needed to build trees of different sizes and shapes. It can be as tall as a building, as small as an ordinary tree, depending on the environment.

Each cube module can be planted with fruits and vegetables, and does not need soil. The air farming system is used. Compared with the traditional planting, only 10% of the land is needed, and the water is very little. It can also greatly reduce the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. Each aviation planting module can harvest more than 200 kilograms of vegetables a year, and a tree has to have tens of thousands of kilograms a year.

In order to ensure the growth of plants, there will be scientific light at night, which is still a scenic line in the city.

The grown vegetables can be delivered to every nearby family regularly, and the whole module can also be sent to your home directly for your own picking. Its not a problem that people in the city want to eat fresh vegetables, and its very convenient. It also increases the green area of the city in disguise.

However, the farm tree has only assembled a prototype in Brooklyn, which has not yet been put into use, and it will not know how long it will take until the technology becomes popular. But we can plant some vegetables in a small area indoors first.

IKEA has launched a small indoor farm that can grow vegetables and herbs indoors.

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