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Getting connected to nature is going to help your child's development.

When nationwide Covid-19 induced lockdown, schools and colleges have now been shut temporarily. At first most of the kids were happy that they don’t have to go to school. For them, the pandemic had advanced their summer holiday, they were very excited about the idea of extended leave.

Then the schools and colleges introduced a new way of learning called virtual/online classes. Many parents were also happy that their kids were in front of them all the time (24*7). After a few months of virtual classes, many parents realized that kids are going through the experience of spending excessive screen time. The massive increase in screen time is one of the greatest concern for parents as well.

The concern is not just the time they spend attending virtual school/college session, but also the time spent on digital homework. Due to lockdown, there are no physical activities the kids can engage in, most of the kids remain glued to the screen all day long for playing games or watching TV or chatting with friends.


We don’t know till when the situation will be like this, guessing this is the new normal. We as a parent need to take a step, how we can include other activities in our kid’s day to day life. Like connecting our kids to nature (plants). Surrounded by plants give good vibes and boost mood.

It will help children to develop new skills and learn about science and nature from growing their own food.

Study says growing plants help kids achieving their goals and enjoying the food they have grown. It also gives a chance to learn about the outdoor environment in a safe and pleasant place inside your home.


Agro2o®, bringing path-breaking technology which can allow you to interact with nature while being at your home.


Agro2o® Smart Garden® is a fully automated device, allows you to grow your own fresh and healthy herbs, veggies, medicinal plants year-round without any harmful chemicals.



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