Build your own automatic IoT plant irrigation system with soil sensor, Particle Photon, relay and immersible water motor.
Health monitoring system for plants.
Stay informed about soil-measurement by using Particle Photon.
I was tired of using push-in boards and jumpers for my projects, so I developed a shield for the Particle Electron.
Do not be discouraged if you are not a green thumber! Here is a watering system that can account for complex human lifestyles.
System to monitor water and light levels of indoor plants
Don't you just hate when you buy a nice house plant, forget to water it and within a week or two it dies. We have a solution for you!
This is the next step with an Particle Photon and softAP integration: cucumbers go online.
Simple way to monitor your plant's Moisture Levels and water from afar.
The Smart plant allows you to automate the watering of your plant with the particle Argon while measuring room and soil conditions
Redneck project by a redneck team.
I wet my plants! Actually they wet themselves when they are thirsty, how convenient is that?!
It helps detect when a plant was too cold/hot if it was getting enough light, and if it needed water.
This system keeps my plant automatically/remotely nurtured/nourished and is convenient for my busy lifestyle.
An automatic plant watering system that also collects environmental data.
This planter can water your plants with droplets that sit on the leaves and shower the total soil area!
House plants are not tough like driveway weeds. House plants need lots of water and sunlight to thrive which people consistently forget.
No more need to water your plants, IoT can do it for you.
Do you love having plants around the house but only water them when you notice the leaves are dying? Then try the thirsty plant system.
A wifi enabled plant/greenhouse monitor with temperature/humidity, raindrop, and soil moisture sensors.
This is an automatic watering system for your house hold plant, it also tells time and room temp.
We are Prescott Little, Mali Freeman, and Tyler Pace. We're using a Sparkfun BME280 to measure atmospheric factors and compare plant growth.