The Open Source FarmBot does it all, from planting seeds to watering to monitoring the soil to snuffing out weeds without pesticides. Best of all, the FarmBot enables people to grow fresh, organic produce in a way that’s environmentally friendly and costs far less than buying veggies at the store. What’s not to love? Here’s my conversation with FarmBot founder Rory Aronson.
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