MudPi – Automated Garden System With the Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi #OpenSource
Great project sent in from Eric. The MudPi website will take you through all the steps for setting up and maintaining this smart garden system.
Grow the produce you love with less water, time and effort
A scalable smart garden system that allows you to maintain controls, monitor conditions, and sustainably manage resources of your garden.
MudPi is made to install on top of your existing irrigation. This way you’re not locked to any specific method or vendor. The main controller unit is capable of regulating water with pumps or controlled valves. It follows schedules and parameters you specify such as desired soil moisture can control when to water your plants. Sensors are polled periodically for recent values that can be stored. You get notifications of garden conditions and alerts of anything important.
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