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Simulation Model

In Gardeneer all crops have different needs regarding resources and environmental factors. Plant growth is simulated using realistic models from agriculture, horticulture and botany. You can use different soils, fertilizers and irrigation techniques to improve your plants' well being and increase your harvest.

Detailed plant informations

As a plant grows from a sappling to the harvest the demand for resources changes and you should choose the amount of water and soil accordingly. You don't have to do it all over again: You can choose to automate it, using a successful method, you've previously discovered. Or you can try a new approach.

The environment plays an important role as well. A mild climate provides a good amount of rain, but some plants need to be sheltered in a greenhouse. A hot climate requires heavy use of irrigiation, but some plants thrive due to the increased sunlight.
On Mars your whole garden is a giant green house and you even have to use artificial light and water recyclers to maintain the system.
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Game Modes and Progression

You can start the game without prior knowledge and learn as you progress. Different complexity modes allow you to grow your garden without being overwhelmed.
In the easiest setting plants require only water and universal fertilizer, allowing you focus more on the layout and design of your garden.
You can activate a more complex simulation model, which includes the most important nutrients (nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus) and some soil variables (like hardness).
The full model includes trace elements, organic compounds and other factors.

You don't have to tend to every plant manually. Gardeneer lets you easily automate fostering, when you have grown a plant successfully. With irrigation systems, automatic fertilisation and harvest robots, you can shift your focus on new plants and challenges.

Did you know:
Gardening is good for your physical and mental health. Sunlight exposure and a physical activity improve serotonin levels, vitamin D levels among others, which rises the mood and reduces the risk of many diseases. The creativity, knowledge and continuity involved in gardening increase the sense of self-efficacy and strengthens a positive outlook.
Did you know:
According to studies gardening improves childrens' diets (greater intake of healthy fruits and vegetables), excites them for natural sciences and improves STEM preformance.

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