Humans have an innate affinity with nature. Embracing this in your home while locked down may improve your productivity and health.
Pulses of light followed by extended dark periods might help make indoor agricultural production more sustainable.
Indoor plant factories have high energy costs since LEDs replace the sunlight outdoor plants get for free. Scientists found a way to dial back how much light is needed by breaking it into tiny bursts.
Most modern offices contain a surprising amount of harsh chemicals. If you’re heading back to work, check out our list of the best plants to clean the air (and reduce stress).
Just seeing plants can have a huge impact on your mood.
Bringing nature into the workplace can lead to a number of benefits, including reduced stress and increased creativity.
The health benefits of being close to nature are well established.
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Health benefits of being close to nature are well established, but the rise of apartment living means we can’t always be close to greenery.
You are what you eat.
The world looks to the WHO for all health-related matters – but it is only part of the picture.
Plants located in your home or office are beneficial to your health in more ways than you might think.
It may come as a surprise but air pollution levels indoors are almost always higher than outside, even in busy city centres. Even more surprising is that indoor plants have the ability to mitigate high…