Parrot Introduces Flower Power Plant Sensor at CES

Posted on January 16, 2013

Parrot Flower Power

Parrot introduced its Flower Power plant sensor at CES 2013. The wireless sensor can be stuck in the soil of a plant pot or garden to measure sunlight, soil moisture, temperature, pH level, and fertilizer. It is available in two colors: emerald and wood. The device is set to be released sometime in 2013. Take a look:

This is not the first digital plant sensor. A company named PlantSense launched a device called EasyBloom in 2008.

Photo: Parrot

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