Wi-Fi Sensor Tells You When Your Plant Needs Some H2O
September 6th, 2012
Some people have green thumbs while others are known for their plant-killing black thumbs. The former are naturally great at keeping their potted plants and gardens alive and green, while the latter are notoriously known for causing plants to die or wilt a few weeks after they start ‘caring’ for them.
Regardless which group you might belong to, I’m pretty sure you’ll find the Wi-Fi Plant Sensor useful. All you have to do is stick it into your plant’s pot and log on online (or run the iOS app it works with). Select what species your plant is and keep the sensor there for a week, because that’s how long it’ll take for the sensor’s app to come up with a care plan specifically put together for your plant.
After seven days, you can move the sensor to another plant to start the whole process all over again.
The Wi-Fi Plant Sensor was designed in Switzerland by Koubachi and is available for CHF 99.00 (~$104 USD.)