Build your own automatic Raspberry Pi Greenhouse #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi


Big thanks to Felix for sending in this tip! Felix writes:

In an increasing number of cities, the trend is towards organic or even self-grown fruits and vegetables. Perhaps a deterrent cause is the time spent on plant care. Therefore, this project involves the creation of an automated Raspberry Pi greenhouse, which reduces the work to a minimum.

By automatic watering, airing and exposure, only harvesting must be carried out manually at the end. All actions (such as irrigation) are controlled by sensors in order to provide an optimal result. Due to the low space consumption it is also suitable for the urban balcony.

Check out more about this project on Raspberry Pi Tutorials and GitHub

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