VoidPlants – Profit in 1 year with a robotic garden

Our robotic gardening solution can grow any crop or plant, allowing a family to live sustainably off their own land, and profit after 1 year. The system uses sensors and an app to precisely monitor what your plant needs.

Gardening Tutorial

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New Seeds

1. Choose Crops: Plant new seeds each month. If you’re new to gardening, we recommend using larger seeds that don’t require pollination: tomato, okra, cabbage, carrots, potatoes, peas, beans, celery, kale, etc. See our guide on crops.

2. Store Seeds: Store seeds to prevent them from dying. The best way is to place them in a Ziplock bag, press the air out, and place it in a refrigerator. Ensure your environment is 40°F15-40% humidity, and the container is air tight. Home Depot and Amazon have great selections of seeds.

3. Soil: Using a trowel and gloves, add nutrient-rich soil to a potgrow bag, or a raised bed. Ensure the container has 2-3 drainage holes on the bottom, or excess water will rot the roots. If you’re unsure if the soil is healthy enough, wet the soil, and stick a pH sensor in it for 30 seconds. Most plants prefer a reading of 7-8 and won’t grow if under 4. Optimal soil is a mixture of sand, silt, and clay. One of the cheapest ways to get large quantities of high-quality soil is Facebook Marketplace or Home Depot.

4. Indoors: If these plants will go indoors, it’s best to add a water saucer underneath the pot to catch the water.

5. Sowing: Ideally, sow seeds directly in its final location or grow bag, based on needed root space. Sowing and germination require the following: correct expiration date, temperature between 65-85°F (heat mat), high humidity without algae growth, water, sowed 2-3x the thickness of the seed deep in the soil, and soil that is sifted and nutrient-rich, not rocky. Wait about 4-15 days. If 50% or more of your seeds aren’t sprouting, we recommend the Paper Towel Method and placing your saplings high off the ground so animals cannot eat.


6. AppOur VoidPlants app will send various notifications. Use shading cloth or greenhouses to add or remove light and temperature. Ensure your water is fertilized if your soil is not.

7. Issues: Check for various diseases, pests, or discolorations. See our comprehensive guide.

8. Reproduction: Pollinate, pick crops, gather seeds, or cut stems for re-planting.