Sustainable greenhouses are environmentally safe and there is a growing demand for them. Joshua Smith of Reno, Nevada, saw this agricultural idea has a great concept for future food production solutions. Smith is the CEO and Co-founder of ‘Modular Greenhouses,’ which is part of his sustainable method to grow food at home. Mr. Smith hears and sees daily how kids are eating more junk food, even at home, which leads to overweight health issues. He would like to see this change by introducing an easy and simple food option.
Mr. Smith of Reno, Nevada, is a serial entrepreneur who has over fifteen years of startup concepts and ideas, many of which have successfully gone to market. His Modular Greenhouses have an appeal because they are self-sustainable, and the use of water and temperature are automatically controlled through the owner’s mobile device. The farming style Greenhouses are designed with a hinge which makes them mobile to be set-up anywhere. The design by Mr. Smith is strong enough to withstand hurricane force winds and a heavy weight like snow, if left outdoors.
The Modular Greenhouses can be used indoors and outdoors. Owners become the modern-day farmer with smart app-based devices as their farming tools. The greenhouses are further designed to fit into any size lifestyle location. They are made from strong grade aluminum that is used in designing aircrafts, but is also very light in weight. People using the Modular Greenhouses can use their app-controlled WIFI devices with sensors to check temperature levels for whatever product you are growing, check the moisture levels of the soil, and comes equipped with a security camera and a changeable outlet.
For a better view on these modular greenhouses, visit the kickstarter site for HomeGrown SMART GREENHOUSES. You will receive a VIP Access to their Launch and early pricing of 50% off. Each Greenhouse modular kit is shipped directly to your home. You can simply set it and forget it. The modulars takes the fear out of gardening without you going to agricultural classes. The instructions are easy and you can also add-on additional panels as needed.