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Plant Watcher monitors moisture levels, waters plants

Evan Blass
September 14, 2005
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Kristofer Vahlstrom's Plant Watcher simply senses when your foliage needs more moisture and waters your plants accordingly from a built-in container (which looks a bit like an IV bag from here). Collectively personally responsible for hundreds of plants, our MO to date was hiring ever-more interns to mind the Engadget greenhouse; looks like we can finally automate the whole process and send those lazy students back to Lincoln Tech where they belong.

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