With only three buttons, the Nanofarm takes all the guessing and legwork out of growing your own crops

With the rise of more conscious eating mushrooming throughout the United States, questions concerning GMOs, pesticides and other crop-growing methods have begun to surface from the dinner table all the way up to policy makers’ agendas. And while we haven’t quite reached the technological and scientific capabilities necessary for 3D-printed food, which will likely put some of these concerns to rest once it hits the mainstream, Atlanta, Georgia-based startup Replantable thinks it has the next best solution.

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