Track Your Plants’ Condition with Wi-Fi
Not only does Koubachi have an app that tells you when to water, fertilize or mist each of your individual plants, but they also have wireless indoor and outdoor sensors for each plant that monitors the lighting, soil, and water conditions.
Plant Care Tech on a Budget
Put Your Plants on Twitter
If you’ve got some DIY skills, you might consider the Arduino-powered Botanicalls kit that lets your plant contact you on Twitter when it’s thirsty.
Automated Watering with Oasis Drip System
You can put up to 20 plants on the Oasis drip watering system. It has a 6.6 gallon reservoir, 4 program settings, and costs less than $80.
A Very Simple Drip Solution
A low-tech drip option is this set of self-watering probes that draw water from any container you supply.