Gardyn is honored to be quality tested by one of the most trusted editorial lifestyle publications in the United States – Good Housekeeping. The GH Institute thoroughly tested hundreds of smart products for home to determine exceptional usability and performance based on the following criteria:
Does this product solve real problems and provide real benefits?
Thank you to Rachel Rothman, chief technologist and director of engineering at the Good Housekeeping Institute for including Gardyn in GH’s “Best Smart Home Devices of 2021”. We strive daily to be a part of the solution to reimagine agriculture and lessen the impact agriculture brings on the environment.
What GHI says about Gardyn:
“Gardyn is a fully-automated indoor system that lets you grow crops of fruits and veggies year round. After assembling the Gardyn frame, simply pop in the pods for the plants of your choice — assorted greens, herbs, fruits, and flowers. Built-in cameras monitor plant growth and prompt you with any suggestions.
For example, during our testing cycle, Gardyn noticed that some of our pods weren’t getting enough sunlight, so it had us try a new location. It also did a good job monitoring water levels and irrigating plants automatically.”
Enjoy the article in full on Good Housekeeping.
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