If you are interested in hacking your FarmBot, want to build one from the ground up, or want to start contributing designs, this is the place to start. This category page lists all of the different documented versions of complete FarmBots. Note, our use of complete refers to the fact that these projects are not just a subsystem, but an entire FarmBot system; it does not necessarily mean they are fully functioning systems or finished with development.
The first ever complete FarmBot currently under development. Designed for scalability, hackability, simplicity, and manufacturability. Very much a foundation for future development and research. Targeted at the DIYer and maker movement. Features an Arduino microcontroller and two tools: a seed injector and a watering nozzle.
A vertical FarmBot for vertical gardening. Its just an idea, really. Could be useful on the side of a building where space is limited, or on skyscrapers.
A FarmBot using a robotic arm mounted on a rack rail. This is useful for irregularly shaped or sloping plots, and also for vertical farming.
This FarmBot uses a polar coordinate system to tend to a large diameter circle. Utilizing a single, central supporting pylon this FarmBot is a way to reduce complexity, material costs, and simplify on-site installation and flexibility.