Address:
Antelias, Jal El Dib Square, Old Tripoli Road
CIS Bldg, Ground Floor
Beirut
70253
Lebanon

Contact Number:
961 70 411331

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Catgory:
Horticulture
Crop production


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GREEN STUDIOS

Influenced by environmental awareness caused by rapidly growing cities. GREENSTUDIOS has engineered a smart technology that counteracts the detrimental effects of growing cities. By creating a sponge-like skin as a growing media for countless varieties of plants, shrubs and trees. The Vertical garden can survive extreme weather conditions, taking any shape needed to show off its ease of installation, flexibility and aesthetic value. GREENSTUDIOS engineered specialized sensors installed into their patented hydroponic skin, which automatically provide the natural plant requirements needed for optimal growth conditions. Moisture, temperature, pH, EC, flow and fertilizer injections are all controlled by a micro-controller. Thus, creating a self-sufficient smart system which caters to it’s own needs anywhere around the world! After successfully installing this system in 10 countries, GREENSTUDIOS aims at expanding its technology for basic household use and intensive farming practices to cover agricultural product demands for the future.

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