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In October 2019 an uncontrollable storm destroyed
Nemo’s Garden Structure. It was not the first time the structure had been compromised by storms and the chances of keeping the project alive became very low. Luckily, we did not give up.
We rebuilt Nemo’s Garden better and more stable than before as a sign of hope and resilience.
There is a story that influenced us to keep with the project Nemo’s Garden: a message we received from Marco, a fisherman from Noli, during the lock down due to Coronavirus Pandemic in which he shared the school assignment of his 11-year-old son, Lorenzo. Click and check.
Summer 2020.
Nemo’s Garden is hosting life again.
In June, after the end of the lockdown in Italy, we finally could settle it up.
We pull out from the water thousand meters of cables destroyed in a storm last October. Then we cleaned and reconnected the biospheres.
Now we have 3 monitoring stations for the physical data of the six biospheres that are hosting more than 500 plants.
The plants are growing thanks to the light and the ventilation inside the spheres.
More flowers for our underwater Orchids. Click and check.
The Winter setup is done. A few days ago the Team's removed 3 biospheres out of 6. The uw habitat will be fully operative again on Spring 2020. No worries, the 3 deeper biospheres will remain underwater for further tests on plants and technology. Stay tuned with our future posts and discoveries HERE.

6

BIOSPHERES

The structure

Our underwater farm is composed of 6 air-filled clear plastic pods, anchored to the bottom of the sea by ropes, chains and weights screws, just off the coast of Noli, Italy.
These acrylic structures, resembling large balloons, float at different depths, between 15 and 36 feet below the surface of the water.

2000
liters

AIR VOLUME EACH BIOSPHERE

The structure

Our underwater farm is composed of 6 air-filled clear plastic pods, anchored to the bottom of the sea by ropes, chains and weights screws, just off the coast of Noli, Italy.
These acrylic structures, resembling large balloons, float at different depths, between 15 and 36 feet below the surface of the water.

24/7

MONITORING SYSTEM

The structure

Our underwater farm is composed of 6 air-filled clear plastic pods, anchored to the bottom of the sea by ropes, chains and weights screws, just off the coast of Noli, Italy.
These acrylic structures, resembling large balloons, float at different depths, between 15 and 36 feet below the surface of the water.

Over
90

SEEDBEDS EACH BIOSPHERE

The structure

Our underwater farm is composed of 6 air-filled clear plastic pods, anchored to the bottom of the sea by ropes, chains and weights screws, just off the coast of Noli, Italy.
These acrylic structures, resembling large balloons, float at different depths, between 15 and 36 feet below the surface of the water.

The science
behind

Agriculture represents 70% of freshwater use worldwide: water management is needed in most regions of the world where rainfall is insufficient or variable. Increasing pressure is being placed on water resources by industry and urban areas, meaning that water scarcity is increasing and agriculture is facing the challenge of producing food with reduced water resources.
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