NASA was facing a peculiar problem - how to make the air inside a space station free of pollutants?
That is when they decided to focus on nature's best filters aka plants. If you are wondering, how NASA would grow plants inside a space station where there would be no fertile soil/land, think no more. NASA had solved that problem much earlier by experimenting with and leading the field of soil-less cultivation and Vertical Farming. In 1989, NASA published its first list of air-filtering plants post which many researchers have added to that list.
Here, we are sharing a list of 10 such plants that one can use to get rid of indoor pollutants.
Gaurav is an entrepreneur whose first Start-up was focused on providing services to patients suffering from Chronic Diseases. While researching about the causes of lifestyle diseases and the ways to reduce their incidence, he chanced upon the idea of growing healthy and nutritious food using advanced farming techniques.
He founded CityGreens with a mission to enable City Dwellers to access Safe, Healthy and Fresh food.