A sensor stick that can monitor soil conditions, sunlight, air humidity, weather patterns soil fertility.

Late July, we wrote about Smart Pot, which is a pot that informs plant owners when water is needed. We came across another gadget called EasyBloom, a sensor stick that, after being placed in the ground, shares data regarding soil conditions, sunlight, air humidity, and weather patterns. For an added fee, owners can also track their soil's fertility.

To add a final touch of cool, the gadget also has a USB end so owners can save and import data to their computers. The product, which is programmed to know how to care for over 6,000 plants,  retails for about $50.

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