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The texture of the residues which left from the process of producing the sesame oil is hard. It could be preserved for a long time after being dried, and could function as slow release fertilizer (when being spread on the surface of soil).
Design concept: To replace the temporary pot of the flower market.
Suppressing the sesame residues into a pot could not only make it a fertilizer but with the sesame decomposed by the soil, it could be put with the plant into the indoor pot or outdoor mud after smashed. Therefore the unnecessary waste of transplanting the pot could be reduced.

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Shih Chien University

Shih Chien University
Taipei, Taiwan

Design

Shih Chien University

Shih Chien University
Taipie, Taiwan