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Whether you're new to gardening or an old pro, flex your green thumb this season with some help from technology. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi digs into apps and gadgets that aim to help your garden bloom.
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With Koubachi's application and a little setup, it's possible to set up a smart garden, complete with care advice and email reminders, for free.
With Koubachi's application and a little bit of setup, you can get reminders and advice on the most important pieces of plant care for free.
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From monitoring your plant's conditions to offering care advice and updates, these three plant sensors boast a variety of features to help you turn your thumb green.
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The Koubachi Wi-Fi Plant Sensor makes comprehensive garden care as easy as possible, but for those willing to be more hands-on, it's not worth the cost.
The Koubachi Wi-Fi Plant Sensor communicates directly with your Wi-Fi router and collects data on soil moisture, temperature, and light. It can also use its helpful database to advise on fertilizer and misting.