Control Plant Life with Devices in Open-Source Greenhouse

Control Plant Life with Devices in Open-Source Greenhouse

MEG is the world’s first social and automated greenhouse, which lets users control all the key parameters for growing plants

Emma Hutchings
  • 14 november 2014

MEG (Micro Experimental Growing) is the world’s first social, open-source and automated greenhouse that lets users monitor and control plant growth parameters through an online platform. They can manage all the aspects necessary for their plants’ life, controlling the internal climate and lighting cycles, straight from their smartphone or tablet.

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