NIMBUS Intelligent Watering System

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NIMBUS Intelligent Watering System

Here is a great watering system for those of you who like container growing. The inventor is a friend of mine and I have been really impressed by this product.

Here’ s how it works;

NIMBUS Technology keeps your plants healthy by alternating between wet and dry cycles.

1. Rain / Water Reservoir. The wet cycle mimics a rainfall in nature.

2. Wet Cycle.  This is when the NIMBUS will provide your plants roots with water.

3.Evaporation / Aeration. As the roots absorb the water, it begins the dry cycle.

4. Dry Cycle. The NIMBUS allows air to pass through the roots before the next wet cycle allowing for healthy root growth.

5. Repeat. The cycle begins again.

The Inventor;

MILTON B. WATSON

Born in Little Rock, Ark., in 1959, inventor Milton B. Watson was influenced by science and art at a young age. Growing up on his grandparents’ small farm in Jacksonville, Ark., each day he watched his parents water their chickens by filling a jar with water and turning it upside down in a pan. As the chickens drank, the water level was maintained at the mouth of the jar, a principle that would later become central to his first patented invention, the NIMBUS Intelligent Watering System™.

Watson’s knowledge of art and scientific principles allowed him to draft plans for a prototype almost immediately. Starting with his hand-drawings, he built custom acrylic prototypes in 2006. After his initial NIMBUS pot was rejected by an interiorscaper due to concerns over root rot, Watson catered to gardeners’ needs, altering NIMBUS’ design and function to eliminate common watering issues, as he wanted to introduce a product that was the total self-watering solution. The culmination of hard work and refinement came in 2010 when NIMBUS was granted a patent.



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