Since I'm a tech geek, I take any opportunity I get to write about something cool made with an Arduino. The Click and Grow is a neat planter since it does all the work for you, but it's also very limited in terms of what it can grow. A DIY project like the Garduino is tougher to get going, but much more flexible. I enjoy researching and spreading the word about projects like that -- it's great that such sophisticated ideas come out of such inexpensive components!
- Arduino.cc.en. "Arduino." (May 12, 2012) http://arduino.cc/en/
- Clickandgrow.com. "What is Click & Grow?" (May 11, 2012) http://www.clickandgrow.com/what-is-click-grow
- Clickandgrow.com. "Fertilization technology." (May 11, 2012) http://www.clickandgrow.com/blog/all-post.html?p=2
- Gordon, Whitson. "Build an Arduino-Powered, Tweeting, Self-Watering Garden System." July 3, 2012. (May 12, 2012) http://lifehacker.com/5579086/build-an-arduino+powered-tweeting-self+watering-garden-system
- liseman. "Garduino: Gardening + Arduino." (May 12, 2012) http://www.instructables.com/id/Garduino-Gardening-Arduino/?ALLSTEPS
- MakerShed.com. "New Arduino Uno Revision 3 (Current)." (May 12, 2012) http://www.makershed.com/New_Arduino_Uno_Revision_3_p/mksp11.htm
- Terracult.com. "What does soil buffering mean?" (May 11, 2012) http://www.terracult.com/faq/what-does-soil-buffering-mean