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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Really Listen to Your Plants Giveaway

I certainly don't have a green thumb. I like electronics and what a cool prize to combine my lack of planting/growing skills with the prize behind this giveaway. If you want to be told when to water and feed your plants, try to win this plant sensor. It looks like an interesting product.
Wi-Fi Plant Sensor Giveaway Event
Prize:
ARV $130
Hosted by:
Co-Hosted by:
Master of Mom
"Thanks to the unique Plant Care Engine (PCE), Koubachi is able to advise you about everything your plant needs: water, fertilizer, hu­mi­di­ty, temperature and light! Koubachi not only tells you WHEN to care for your plants, but also gives you specific instructions HOW."

"Access your plants on the iPhone or Web App, always and everywhere. Notifications, advices and alarms are directly sent to you, through push-notifications on your iPhone or by e-mail. All your data, plants and settings are fully syn­chro­nized to the Koubachi Cloud and thus always up-to-date on all devices!"
a Rafflecopter giveaway "Make Our Own Network" solely organized this event and I received no compensation for this publication. My opinions are 100% my own and may differ from your own or even those stated in this post. Java John Z's is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment.
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21 comments:

  1. I have killed everything I've tried to grow, including cactii which I though were unkillable! So I could use a "plant coach" like this.

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  2. We have very poor soil so this would be nice

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  3. I would be excited to win this plant sensor because it would take the guess work out of caring for my plants. I think that I tend to over water them and I know nothing about fertilizer, plant food, etc. This looks like an amazing product.

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  4. I'd love to have this for my husband who is a big spring planter of everything good and beautiful, but neeeds a little help.

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  5. I have a beautiful Prayer Plant in my room and this would be nice to have for it.

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  6. I think we'd put this next to our strawberries! I want to make sure they produce as much as they can!

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  7. It would be great since about half of our plants thrive, while the others die.

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  8. There are also some tulips and other plants it would be nice to use this with.

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  9. would use on my desert rose because it is not doing the best

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  10. I would use this on my gardenias. they are finicky
    gabbflabber at live.com

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  11. I grow herbs for cooking so I would put it in one of those

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  12. My rose bushes.

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  13. My Honey/Hubby would love to get up close to his new this year vegetable garden especially all of his varieties of TOMATOES (above all the heirloom tomatoes!) all of which he started from seed last February (in the little nursery he built himself!) How thrilling it would be for him to REALLY connect with his "babies." Thanks. Very cool!

    Jesselyn A/Jesstinger
    Jessterlyn(at)aol(dot)com

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  14. This would be great for my tomatoes, peppers and onions

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  15. Id use it to monitor general garden health..

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  16. I would love to use this on my roses!

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  17. I would love to win this b/c I have a "brown thumb" instead of a green one--everything I try to grow turns brown :(

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  18. My 3 yr old grandson want to try to grow some strawberries. this would be a great help!

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  19. I have a grape vine that my 7 year old planted and I would use this to make sure her grapes grow and are ok
    wilcarvic
    [at]gmail[dot[com]]

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  20. I could use it for any plant I have. I don't have a green thumb, so maybe this would help me grow green

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  21. My official title is plant killer, so if this would help in any way, I can officially drop that title and adopt instead: plant listener.

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