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Gardening can be a wonderful hobby that brings joy and relaxation, but there’s no denying that it can also be time-consuming and laborious. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to improve your efforts to grow beautiful plants in the backyard, and harnessing the power of smart technology is one of them. Following are several exciting types of technology that can take your green thumb to the next level.

Smart Irrigation
An automatic sprinkler system is nice, but what happens if it’s already rained a lot the past few days? Or what if it’s been unseasonably dry? A smart irrigation system will automatically adjust its schedule based on local weather in your area to ensure that your garden receives just the right amount of water without creating any extra work for yourself. Using some of today’s more advanced systems, you can even enter the type of plant and soil in each area.

Smart Thermometer and Hygrometer
If you have a greenhouse to extend the growing season year-round, then you know the importance of maintaining the right temperature and humidity. For this reason, a smart thermometer and hygrometer are the perfect way to monitor conditions at all times and receive notifications if any issues arise in your greenhouse.

Soil Moisture Sensor
Whether in your garden or inside the house, accurate data is essential to growing healthy plants, and a smart soil moisture sensor will deliver exactly that right to your smartphone. By measuring the moisture content around your property, you can quickly determine just how much water each plant needs.

Smart Blinds
It’s crucial that every plant receives the proper amount of sunlight each day, and for indoor plants, this will often determine where you can place it in your home. One of the many advantages of having smart blinds, however, is that you can schedule them to open and close at a specific schedule to meet your plants’ requirements. This is especially handy when you’re going to be away for a few days and need the blinds open for a few hours of sunlight each day.

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