Grow to be Self-Sufficient : Head of Marketing tells it all in an interview to DeliveryRank. Anne-Cécile describes how this French-based innovative company is in the process of revolutionizing the traditional veggie patch and turning smart greenhouses into the vegetable gardens of the future. Article written by Sarah Kirton.
A high-tech greenhouse for growing vegetables without pesticides is now possible. The Alsatian start-up MyFood presents its connected greenhouse at CES in Las Vegas, the global meeting place for new technologies. This smart greenhouse works with fish. You actually have in the greenhouse a basin with carp. Their droppings are used as fertilizer to grow […]
The French company Myfood offers a range of crops for the home, from the large vegetable crisper for an apartment to the small connected greenhouse for the garden. Greenhouse sensors monitor plant growth and alert the owner when intervention is needed to optimize growth.
The Alsatian start-up MyFood offers smart and connected greenhouses capable of feeding two to four people. Designed to promote the development of ecological, sustainable and local crops, this greenhouse makes it possible to grow fruits and vegetables in small spaces. Thanks to several cultivation techniques (aquaponics, bioponics, permaculture), many varieties can be grown there (tomatoes, […]
CO2 emissions, pesticides and fertilizers, zero waste ... Consumption habits have greatly evolved in terms of food. Citizens, who are more responsible, are more and more inclined to favor local production and ecology. Faced with this observation, the Strasbourg start-up MyFood, founded in 2015, has developed connected greenhouses to facilitate the adoption of this culture […]
Founded in 2015 by Mickaël Gandecki, Matthieu Urban and Johan Nazaraly, MyFood aims to fight the damages caused by industrial agriculture by bringing food production back home, off-grid, using 90% less water, and without pesticide. The company’s mission statement reads: “Our ambition: to make it possible to produce at home a healthy, diverse and ultra-fresh […]
In full growth, the startup myfood (re) connects citizens to their food by offering them to acquire greenhouses connected, easy to use. To help its students broaden their horizons, the ENSEA engineering school has formed a partnership with its founders. The school will host a connected greenhouse where graduating students will be able to experiment […]
"The Mayans invented it," says Thomas Arnaud, president and founder of MetSens. "Aquaponics have always existed, enriching plants with fish droppings." Smiling and excited, he explains that this closed circuit circulates the water in the towers where the grass grows suspended over the water. "Then the nutrient-laden water falls into the basins, the fish feed […]
Raspberries and currants, even in December. Radishes, salads, and nasturtiums galore. At Paul-Eluard school, at Blanc-Mesnil, we prepare to garden in any season, thanks to a greenhouse ... connected. Revolutionary equipment according to its inventor Johan Nazaraly, "It existed for the industrial sector, but not for individuals, or for schools," said 32-year-old Blanc-Mesnilois, from the […]