To your right, please see my newest garden technology find, the EasyBloom Plant Sensor.
EasyBloom Plant Sensor and Educated Garden Advisor
- Step One: Buy the EasyBloom Plant Sensor.
- Step Two: Stick it in your garden.
- Step Three: Stick it in your USB port.
- Step Four: Do whatever it tells you.
Does the EasyBloom Plant Sensor Work?
I don’t know. I don’t own one. I’m seriously thinking about buying one, however. My tomatoes are brown and I’m not sure if it is from too much water or too little water. My mom used to have a plant hydrometer that would report the level of water in the soil. I came across this product while looking for a hydrometer.
EasyBloom Plant Sensor Review and Recommendation
I love metrics. I’m just not sure if I’m willing to spend $60.
I like that the device accurately measures the amount of sunlight and soil conditions. I like that it connects to the internet and figures out which of 5,000 possible plants would like your garden the best. I like that it will tell you what is wrong with your plants based on a description and its captured condition data.
But, for $60, I also want it to do, at minimum, a pH test of the soil.
Anyone Using the EasyBloom Plant Sensor?
If you’re using the EasyBloom or another automatic garden data gathering device, please let me know. I’d love go know what else is out there. Also, why are my tomatoes brown?
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