Casemod that grows wheatgrass


9 Responses to “Casemod that grows wheatgrass”

  1. soylent_plaid says:

    Neat idea, but I would be slightly nervous about the inside cleanliness of the case.  I once worked for a science centre in Canada that has a butterfly exhibit and was asked to find out why one of their old PCs (running for about ten years in an adjacent room, not in the exhibit) wasn’t booting.  Got it back to the shop, found A) a dead butterfly inside, and B) three inches of dirt covering every interior surface, having been blown in from the ventilation fans from the humid, dirt-filled environment next door.  Had to go to the machine shop and use their air compressors to clean it out.

  2. I’m sure I read about other species of plants that also require a warmer environment to grow. Are you sure growing your own wheatgrass is legal? 

    • pKp says:

      Yeah, that’s what I thought about too…that would be a neat way to grow, ahem, medicinal plants without the power company coming to grumble about power use.

  3. Plut0 says:

    This is a biomodd ( and a really well executed one as well.

  4. davidmang says:

    A small orchid would work rather nicely, depending on the species. You’d have to do a secondary mod to control the humidity inside a bell jar, but by and large the most important environmental factors for orchid growth are relatively low light, a warm environment, and high humidity.

  5. millie fink says:

    Huh, I just had a shot of that juice this morning! I was told that the one ounce I had has the same amount of nutrients as four pounds of vegetables. Hard to swallow (ha), but maybe true?

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