Thursday, March 6, 2014

Click and Grow Review - Bye Bye Brown Thumb

Given that the newest blend of engineering design and Botany has yet to be released, you'll need to wait just a little longer for the actual Click and Grow Review. We realize you are dying to get the scoop on this intriguing new technology, hence we're going to reveal the details we currently do know concerning the intriguing new product.

I am going to be honest, I've experienced difficulties trying to keep plants alive for as long as I can remember. I've experimented with everything from water ferns to air plants to a hundred-year cactus hoping that I would be able to find even one single houseplant that wouldn't loath my presence so much that it offs itself. No such luck. Ultimately, they have all ended up in the compost bin. Which may be why I am so keen on the upcoming introduction of Click and Grow: a brand new digital plant-growing device.

The manufacturers of Click and Grow state that this system will help take the guess work out of having a house plant. The Click and Grow containers water and actually feed your plants in line with the plants' actual requirements. It functions by using unique detectors, computer software, together with a processor to continuously monitor the plant. It appears to be great for tech geeks, absent minded want-to-be houseplant owners, as well as neurotic consumers alike. The gardening pot doesn't actually have any soil. It employs aeroponic engineering in order to grow a plant in an atmosphere of air, water, and fertilizer.

Because Click and Grow system is still being tested, there's presently no Click and Grow Review available on the internet. Thus we needed to do some digging to get the details. We learned that the Click and Grow pots will start from about 17 euro / $23 USD. When folks buy a container, they are going to need to select plant cartridges for the specific plants they want to grow. These cartridges consist of not merely the seeds for the plant but information regarding the specific plant, and fertilizer as well. Folks will then place the cartridge into the nursery pot and connect it up to a personal computer using a USB cable. They just down load the development information for the specific houseplant, then add H2O to the pot, and click and Grow is going to take it from there. We have heard that the house plant cartridges will be priced at 2.5 - 4 euro, (or $3.50 USD), and are going to be available online plus home and garden stores at the same time.

The Click and Grow box will keep an eye on the houseplant's needs and care for the plant on auto-pilot. The basic units have notification lighting in order to let folks know if the water compartment is empty. Thus after the plant has started growing, the one thing people need to do is add some H2O to the tank on occasion. The more advanced units can also gather water from the air as well.