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Plantsense EasyBloom – harnass the massive power of geek to grow stuff


The Plantsense EasyBloom is a small USB gadget which plugs into a plant pot and gives a report on what’s needed to help the contents thrive. Slot the thing into your computer after a couple of days and it will spit out a reading of sunlight, moisture, humidity and correlate that to a plant database to predict what will grow well in those conditions. Clever stuff. Now if it could analyse the soil too, that would be amazing. Ah well, version 2.0? $59.99. 

Stick this handy gadget where you want plants to grow. After a few hours or days, plug it into your PC or Mac and the Plantsense Easybloom will tell you a) what grows well in this spot, b) what you need to do to make a plant that’s already there thrive, or c) that your plant simply needs water. The Plantsense Easybloom senses temperature, available sunlight, and water saturation over time to give you an accurate analysis of your plant’s potential. The database is immense, with over 5,000 plants – from Azaleas to Zinnias, so you’re almost guaranteed to find something that’ll grown in your dirt.

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