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Some of the most interesting farming tech
City folks just don't get it
Camilla Zalka
By Camilla Zalka
Jan 13, 2018
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Kubota

The Kubota is a tractor that helps with the harvesting and transplanting of rice, which is the most labor-intensive part of rice farming. This allows farmers to keep up with the global demand for rice in a modern and efficient way. 

Farmbot

Now you can grow food for yourself, your family and friends, and your community with Farmbot. Easily plan your whole growing season on your device and allow the bot to do the dirty work for you. The best part being you can control this farm from anywhere!

Paper Pot Planter

The Paper Pot Planter can turn your farm into a one man show. Transplanting plugs can now be done in minutes and with a range of crops from beans to radishes and salad greens. It will help you save lots of time and labor giving you more time to focus on other tasks and making your farm much more profitable.

Nanofarm

Bring your homegrown food indoors with Nanofarm. This is hassle free farming at its finest. All you need to do is fill the tray with water, add your plant pad (which contains the seeds and nutrients that your plants need to grow), place it in the nanofarm and watch it grow. No watering, no remembering, no hassle!

Orlandi

Did you always dream of having that picture worthy garden? Well now you can with the Orlandi specialist equipment. Their trimming machines are already shaped to perfectly cut the foliage of your plants. Leaving your garden to look like a million bucks.

Lyfe

Lyfe is more of a home decoration then an automated growing machine. But will grow your plants in zero gravity, simultaneously rotating it to make sure no leaf goes without sunlight.

Tanco

The Tanco is a tractor with a purpose. It provides a quick, effective solution to wrapping bales of hay, allowing for secure stacking and storage.

Asimonis

Accuracy and quality in seeding is the purpose of this machine – allowing for two to five people at a time to plant seeds. No special requirements are needed as its straight forward and easy to handle. A great way to get that farm of yours up and running.

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