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4 Best Apps for Gardener – Grow Your Dream Garden!

Best Apps for Gardener – Grow Your Dream Garden!

One of the most popular hobby that people often see are gardening. Some people like to grow Flowers, it will lighten the mood. Others like to grow fruit and veggies to eat, and many others.

The age of technology nowadays allows people to know information about whatever they want. You could even get any information about gardening as there is an app for it. So now, here are the lists of android app for gardening.

1. AgroBase



Agrobase – is most popular app for farmers and agronomists. Agro knowledge data base with pests, weeds, diseases catalog and all registered pesticide in country.  Easily identify weeds, diseases and insects or pests in your fields and check which crop protection product will help you to solve farming problems and to grow good yield with less spending on pesticides, fungicides or herbicides.

Agrobase is used among crop, vegetable, fruit and nut, horticultural, livestock farmers to reach better farming productivity with good cereal yield. This app has been designed to be an easy to use in-field practical aid to Crop Advisors, Growers, Trainee Agronomists and Agricultural Students. Correctly identifying weeds, diseases, pest is the first step to effective control.


2. Gardroid



Have you always wanted a kitchen garden but you have no idea how to get started? Gardroid helps you to harvest your own vegetables by providing useful information about the cultivation methods of various vegetables.


3. GRO. Real- Time  Gardening



GRO — Grow your dream garden. We’ll help you get there.

Gardening in the 21st century looks like… well, like Gro. It inspires you with projects, and gives you the information you need to turn that inspiration into action: creating your very own little spot on the earth. Gro identifies hundreds of different plants, both for decoration or to eat, that will thrive in your neck of the woods – how to plant them, care for them, and enjoy the fruits (or vegetables, or flowers…) of your labor.

It pulls in info about your local conditions – location, temperature and season to give you the best ideas for plants and projects that you can successfully grow.Plus you’ll get helpful reminders, because plants don’t forget, but human beings do.


4. Plant Net



[email protected] is an image sharing and retrieval application for the identification of plants.

It is developed by scientists from four French research organisations (Cirad, INRA, Inria and IRD), and the Tela Botanica network, with the financial support of Agropolis fondation. Among other features, this free app helps identifying plant species from photographs, through a visual recognition software.

Plant species that are well enough illustrated in the botanical reference database can be easily recognized. The number of species and the number of images used by the application evolve with contributions of end users to the project.