Edyn is an activity tracker for your garden
There are more and more smartwatches out there with which people can track different aspects of their daily activities. We watch how many calories we’ve burned, how far we’ve traveled, and a myriad of other things that let us know more about how our bodies are working. This kind of information can help us learn about ourselves, but we’re already somewhat aware of what our bodies need. If you are fond of gardening, you likely wish there was a way to track the lives of your plants in a similar fashion.
While we don’t need to worry about the same kind of factors with greenery, it is all too easy to over or under water plants, or give them an inappropriate amount of sunlight. If you can’t seem to grasp what kind of cycle your garden runs on, then you might fancy using Edyn. This will connect you to your plants in a whole new way. This is a combination of a stake that will tell you the ambient temperature, humidity, light intensity and soil electrical conductivity, and a valve which will automatically water your plants when they need it.
This works with a corresponding app that will inform you if all is not right in your garden and/or requires immediate action. They run on solar power, and are resistant to water, fertilizer, and pesticides. The valve should work with any standard garden hose thread. This will cost you $159, and would be perfect for those who don’t have a green thumb and want one, master gardeners who want to scrutinize the factual information about their soil, and everyone in between.
Available for crowdfunding on Kickstarter