Next up is Cameron Mackugler of Seedsheet, seeking $500,000 for 10 percent equity.

Seedsheet makes gardening sustainable and simple. Gardeners can “plant” the Seedsheet and water each seed pouch until plants begin to grow. Various Seedsheets include herbs, caprese, tacos and cocktails, or the choice to design your own.

Seedsheets costs $14.99 According to their website, their mission “is to make growing plants rediculously easy, and help you put a Vermont Farm on your fire escape, stoop, patio, yard or rooftop.” It’s like having a farmers’ market right in your own backyard!

Setting a new seed-planting record, Mark Cuban worries about getting the Seedsheets into retail. In one gardening season, they have done $156,000 in sales. They are targeting new gardeners, especially millennials.

Daymond John sees it as a disruption in the space but thinks there are too many challenges.

He goes out, followed by Robert Herjavec. Lori Greiner loves the idea and offers $500,000 for 22 percent. Kevin O’Leary then jumps in with 15 percent equity, but not before Cuban offers to join Greiner’s offer.

He counters 20 percent for both Cuban and Greiner, but Greiner says she would not be willing to partner for that equity. O’Leary then revises his offer to 12.5 percent. Cuban then goes out.

Ultimately, he accepts Greiner’s offer.

Social Media Reacts to Seedsheet’s Appearance on “Shark Tank”

Each week on “Shark Tank,” budding entrepreneurs have the opportunity to pitch their emerging business to six multi-millionaire and billionaire investors, known as sharks: Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks; Daymond John, fashion mogul and founder of FUBU; Kevin O’Leary, self-proclaimed Mr. Wonderful and founder of O’Leary Financial Group; Barbara Corcoran, real estate maven; Lori Greiner, queen of QVC; and Robert Herjavec, technology guru and founder/CEO of the Herjavec Group. Venture capitalist Chris Sacca is also slated to appear as a guest shark this season.

“Shark Tank,” which is based on “Dragons’ Den,” is produced by Mark Burnett and first debuted in 2009.

To date, the sharks have invested more than $87 million in various companies after engaging in numerous bidding wars and shark fights. A new episode airs each Friday at 9 p.m. on ABC.

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