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  • Cal Poly grad's Farmbot aims to revolutionize food production — one garden bed at a time

    A San Luis Obispo-based company has developed an automated and open-sourced farming machine, the FarmBot. Cal Poly graduate Rory Aronson describes his invention as a “giant 3-D printer, but instead of wielding a plastic extruder, its tools are seed injectors, watering nozzles, plows, sensors and more.” Take a look at how the FarmBot works.

Cal Poly grad's Farmbot aims to revolutionize food production — one garden bed at a time

A San Luis Obispo-based company has developed an automated and open-sourced farming machine, the FarmBot. Cal Poly graduate Rory Aronson describes his invention as a “giant 3-D printer, but instead of wielding a plastic extruder, its tools are seed injectors, watering nozzles, plows, sensors and more.” Take a look at how the FarmBot works.
Joe Johnston The Tribune