Black & Decker PCS10 PlantSmart Digital Plant Care Sensor Review
Black & Decker PCS10 PlantSmart Digital Plant Care Sensor
I just want to say I love this product. I'm not getting paid to say that. But my thumb is not green that is for sure. But with the Black & Decker PCS10 PlantSmart Digital Plant Care Sensor, it has made my life so much easier for planting and learning what I can plant and where.
Benefits of Black & Decker Plant Care Sensor
Whats great about this tool is all the things that it measures here is the list of everything it measures.
- soil quality for instant gardening recommendations
Three Modes of Help
This is great for pretty much indoor or outdoor use with houseplants, flowers, fruit, vegetables, trees, grass, shrubs, potted plants.
There are three modes that you can test different things like in Recommend mode, the sensor reads temperature,
light, and soil moisture in a 24-hour period. When you read this reading from the usb hook up on your PC or Mac it will give you recommendations on what to grow in that area to make sure you get the full benefit of the area. In the Monitor mode it diagnoses ailing or frail plants, giving you detailed
instructions on how to bring them back to life in the most effective way. The third mode is Water mode lets you know if a plant is under watered or over watered.
The EasyBloom Plant Library, a constantly expanding database containing
information on over 6,000 plants. Learn how to care for specific
vegetation and save your searches in your My Plants area. So you can have a vast library of plants with information on all of them so that you can learn what you need to about the plants you love or would like to take better care of.
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