Folks who love gardening and want a little bit of help can now look forward to the EasyBloom USB stake sensor that has begun to ship. This device will analyze important data after being stuck in soil for 24 hours, subsequently uploading this data to your PC through USB in order to determine whether that particular pot/patch of soil is suitable for you to begin planting a flower or tree. In addition, it also doubles up as a plant doctor by diagnosing what’s wrong with your ailing plant. This treasure trove of information will also be able to roll out a list of recommended plants which is suitable for your environment. We wonder whether the database of knowledge will be updated from time to time, and what happens when you bring this to the desert and stick it inside? The EasyBloom USB stake sensor will retail for $59.99, a small price to pay to remove guesswork when it comes to planting stuff.
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