The sensor readings are pretty good. The only problem I have is the lack of plant selection, so far none of my plants are in the database, so guess which one is close to its requirements. Would also be nice to be able to search by light/nutrition/water not just the plant name.
i live in UAE sunny, dry and almost no rain over the year i needed a solution for my new garden to controls watering where i don't have power. this is a perfect solution, yet i still don't know how to change the temperature to Celsius but this is a minor issue. 5 starts
No Celsius setting :(
Ok I like the sensor. I believe it works well in an indoor grow environment. What is frustrating and I cannot get an answer from Edyn about, is the android app. I have two seedlings that are growing nicely but I cannot change the 'sprouting soon' in the app. I have asked for advice but so far received none. Really want to see live data as well if possible. Update. I love this and the Edyn project. The sensor is accurate for me. I grow mainly pots and this is a great help. Just need to expand and improve the app. Give users more access to data etc. Live monitoring would be great. Ability to refresh etc. But overall it's all good for the geeky gardener.
You seem to have a pretty solid base now you need to fix some long term annoyances : A menu to edit set up configuration items and small variety of plants in the database. Also apparently a 30 year old orange tree is sprouting soon? Also it would be nice to have landscape view available for my tablet. I would not recommend anyone buy this device
After almost 18 months is is still not possible to rename a sensor (in the UK). My experience has been that pairing a sensor is a frustrating process - after 5-10 similar attempts it will randomly work. As a result of these issues the issues I've faced with the product and app I now longer use it.
- Added the ability to browse plant care advice for the plants in your garden for any stage of the plant's lifecycle
- Bug fixes and performance improvements