Saturday, January 30, 2016

Garden plant sensors for the brown thumb in all of us.

One of the most interesting products I have come across is the Parrot flower power sensor, a computer sensor that tells what to plant, where to plant and how to heal that sick plant. This is not the first of it's kind, but it is one of the first sensor that the average gardener could afford.  Easybloom was the first one I tried and it was about $65 at that time. And I got okay results and info that did help with my gardening. My guess is as time goes by they get cheaper with more info and features.Up until now only commercial growers could afford these things that were in the hundreds if not thousands of dollars. For $47 you too can now have expert advice for each and every plant and tree in your home and garden. Are you watering your plants too much, or is the PH too high, or is there too little sunlight for the location you have chosen? Tools like this can make you look like an instant green garden expert, and they come in every price budget.
If you are not a gardener it makes the ultimate gift for one.


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