Let's build an IoT Plant Watering system for your household plant using a low cost Particle Photon and a servo motor
This IOT project reminds the owner when their plant needs watering.
Ever forget when to water your plants??? Worry no more, we got the solution for you!!!! Know exactly when to water your plants.
If you have owned/ own plants, you know its hard to keep them alive. The plant moisture sensor is here to help.
Build your own automatic IoT plant irrigation system with soil sensor, Particle Photon, relay and immersible water motor.
If anyone from around the world tweets "Water @WilbertThePlant" the red solo cup attached to the bamboo will flip and water Wilbert.
Moisture sensor tells an LED to blink and uses IFTTT to send an message to your phone when your plant needs water.
Have a plant that needs watering? Going on vacation soon and have nobody to water it? Then this is the project for you.
This project uses a soil moisture sensor to sense when your yard or plants need watering, and then turns on your sprinklers accordingly.
Simple way to monitor your plant's Moisture Levels and water from afar.
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!
Never forget to water your plants again with this extraordinarily annoying soil moisture monitor.
Stay informed about soil-measurement by using Particle Photon.
Get a text or call if your plant is getting too dry, along with a nice LCD display giving information regarding your plant's health.
This is the next step with an Particle Photon and softAP integration: cucumbers go online.
This is a pair of sensors that collect the temperature and humidity of a location, along with the soil moisture of a particular plant.
I was tired of using push-in boards and jumpers for my projects, so I developed a shield for the Particle Electron.
Health monitoring system for plants.
Ping me to water my basil plant when the soil moisture gets too low.
Internet of Trees – Soil Saturation Monitor Using Particle, Azure, and Power Bi
Using the Spark Core to gather plant/garden environment data then post it for storage and visualization it to a custom cloud application.