Wire Library - Arduino - Home
Smart Garden System using Electronics, Arduino, Raspberry Pi. There are a lot of nice tutorials online covering the use of Arduino Uno and nearly any sensor or peripheral device you can find.
Garduino-Automated Gardening System using Arduino -Use
The arduino and relay need to be protected from the elements if they are to be placed outside in a garden. This separation allows the relay to get very hot but not damage the circuit board, however, it should not get very hot if using the code provided at the end.
Amazoncom: arduino garden
In this guide, we are going to give a modern touch to gardening and connect some informations about your garden to the Internet. We are going to use a soil moisture temperature sensor connected to an Arduino and a WiFi chip to automatically send measurements from your garden to the cloud.
GitHub - gradyh/GradyHillhouseGarduino: Arduino Garden
My brother got me an arduino microcontroller board for Christmas, which to me was a solution looking for a problem. I finally found the problem: fresh herbs are expensive at the grocery store. But apparently not as expensive as adding a bunch of sensors and electronics to your garden.
Arduino Playground - ArduinoUsers
0/19/2014This instructable is a guide for setting up an automated gardening system using an arduino and other cheap electronic parts. It allows sustainable gardening by using sensors to determine soil moisture, as well as a webscraper to determine future weather.
DIY Farm Garden Automation with Arduino and APDuino Project
Arduino Indoor Garden. In this project, I will make an indoor gardening system to take care of my sweet plant and its beautiful flowers.
Garduino-Automated Gardening System: 15 Steps (with Pictures)
Garden Maintenance Aquaponics System Aquaponics Fish Growing Vegetables Vegetable Garden Garden Hose Water Garden Garden Planters Arduino Projects Forward What your looking at above is my entire project in its' enclosure.
Arduino : Adafruit Industries, Unique fun DIY
Arduino Gardening search: Magazine; HowTo Corner; House plants are fairly self-sufficient, but they do need certain care from people to survive. With a few Arduino sensors and a little programming, you can take the guesswork out of watering your plants. This setup will allow you to establish a specific schedule for watering your garden.