Botanium
 
 

Hydroponics is simply growing without soil. The roots need water, nutrients and oxygen, all of which can be provided in a more efficient way than in soil. Botanium's porous growing medium absorbs a lot of water, while also providing an aerated environment for the roots. 

The benefit of this is not only quicker growth and more control, but it is also a simpler approach to growing. 

The included nutrients are easily added with a pipette and the amount you need to add depends on the plants you are growing.

 
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Growing simplified

Botanium is beautifully designed self-watering planter that enables you to grow herbs and veggies using soil-less growing technology.

Plant a seed, plug it in and you can leave it alone for weeks as it takes care of the plant for you.

 
 
 


How to get started

1. FiIl tank with water
2. Add nutrients
3. Fill growing container with growing medium
4. Plant seeds
5. Connect Botanium to power
6. Sit back and let your plant grow!

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Grow chili

What makes chili growing so rewarding is that even a small amount of chili lasts a long time – in contrast to strawberries for instance, which you easily can eat faster than it grows.

Grow tomatoes

Like its' relatives chili peppers, potatoes and tobacco, tomatoes originate from South America. It is a fast growing plant that thrives in hydroponic systems like Botanium.

Grow basil

Basil grows quite fast and is a good alternative for the impatient grower. As it needs a lot of water, it thrives in the Botanium where it gets watered often and evenly. 

 
 
 
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The great thing about hydroponics is that you can never overwater the plants you grow. Therefore, you don't need to take into account things like letting the soil dry out before watering again (and not waiting too long so your plants wilt).

All you need to do is to fill the reservoir when you see the water level getting low. The water lasts several week (depending on the plant, light and heat)

 
 
 
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Built in water tank

A built in water tank ensures the water lasts for several weeks, so you can go away from home and return to a healthy plant.




More productive plants

The hydroponic medium enables the plant to grow faster, so you can harvest earlier and more often, whether it's basil leaves or chili peppers.



Automatic watering

Botanium waters every 3rd hour, and since the growing medium holds moisture as well as air, the plant can't get overwatered. Just fill the water tank when the water level gets low, and you can leave it alone.

 


 
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ecology

 

Botanium

No soil borne pests
Sterile growing medium
Automatic watering
Faster growth
No mess
Clear water level indication
Cannot be overwatered
Effective water usage
Can contain more vitamins

Soil

Can contain pests, like fungus gnats
Needs watering when dry, but not too dry
Requires (helpful) neighbors when traveling
Slower growth
Messy and dirty
It's easy to forget watering
Overwatering is common
Most water evaporates
Results depend on soil quality