there are many app Use your phone’s camera and other amazing devices gardener.
They can provide expert gardening planning and planting advice.They help with unwanted insects, diseases, and help identify plants and insects. enhanced reality.
Jessica Damiano writes about AP gardening. Recently, she found some apps that she thinks are useful for gardeners. Free and reliable apps like the one she suggested can provide valuable information when developing a garden. Here are some examples.
Find in iNaturalist
Seek is an app from the website iNaturalist. Seek was created by the California Academy of Sciences and the National Geographic Society. To use it, just take a picture or point your camera at a plant, insect, or animal and it will give you important information about it.
The information that the app can provide is usually taken from Wikipedia. Includes target scientific name, common name, seasonality, description of appearance, etc.
Results are based on similar photos from users around the world. If the app can’t identify the photo, it asks other users for identification.
You can also find plant, insect and animal listings in your area, add observations and connect with experts.
This app is available for free on the Apple App Store and Google Play. Games are also included.
from seed to spoon
Seed to Spoon helps users grow crops.You can add fruits and vegetables you want to grow virtual “Grow Box” from the image list. We will then provide seed start dates, transplant dates and harvest dates for those plants based on your information. position We use satellite data.
The free version of this app also provides information about each crop’s requirements for temperature, sunlight, water and fertilizer. Includes information on seed preservation, which plants work best, dealing with unwanted insects, dietary ideas, and links to videos.
Park Seed, which owns the app, also suggests products for each plant the company sells. There is also a paid version. The paid version provides real-time answers to questions from AI “Growbot” and individual calendars.
Find it on the Apple App Store, Google Play and app.seedtospoon.net.
PictureThis identifies your plants and provides information about them from your phone’s camera pictures. It shows health information, scientific name, where it can be found, common uses, when to harvest, and how to produce new plants from existing ones. It also shows the requirements for sunlight, soil, water and fertilizer.
The app also provides answers to frequently asked questions about plants. You can also share photos and plant descriptions with your friends via messages.
When you use all the provided free identities, you will be asked to watch ads or share apps to earn more. Alternatively, you can pay $29.99 per year for the paid version. The paid version provides treatment information for diseased plants. Also included is a plant care guide, anytime access to our team of experts, and unlimited plant identification. However, the free version identifies diseases from pictures of diseased plants.
Find it on the Apple App Store or Google Play.
Google Lens uses image recognition technology to identify plants, trees, animals and insects. Displays Google search results from the Google search engine.
You can find it in the Google app or in the mobile Google search bar browser On Android and Apple products. Then tap the camera image to select a photo from your phone’s photo history. Lenses can also be used to identify other objects and places, compare products and buy online. Tools are free.
Apple Visual Lookup
Apple Visual Look Up is AI feature For iPhone and iPad. Identify plants, flowers, insects, birds and other animals in your photos. With Apple products running iOS16 or iPadOS16, you can use the feature by selecting a photo on your phone and touching the “info” image underneath it. It is the letter “I” in a circle with a star above it.
This tool works directly with other apps such as Mail, Messages and Notes. Tap the image to enlarge it and tap the starred ‘i’. This app also works in Safari browser by long pressing on the photo.
The app will display details about the image, including a ‘lookup’ option. Arrange the photos into groups such as insects or plants.
Select Siri Knowledge for more information on the subject and similar images found online. If you don’t have a star above “info”, you can’t use visual lookup on that photo. Features are free.
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the words of this story
park – n. An area of ground where plants (such as flowers or vegetables) are grown
gardener –n. gardener
enhanced –adj.increase, enlarge, add capacity
app – n. a computer program that performs a special function
virtual –n. on the internet it’s not real
position –n. the physical place where something exists
browser – n. A computer program used to find and view information on the Internet
feature – n. an interesting or important part, quality, or ability
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