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Koubachi Wi-Fi Plant Sensor keeps your bushes lush

Wi-Fi sensor and app lets you chat to your cactus and parley with your parsley

Talk to your plants like Prince Charles? Get the new Koubachi Wi-Fi Plant Sensor and they’ll able to talk back.

Pop the Wi-Fi Plant Sensor into your plant pot, use the free iPhone or web app to tell it what sort of foliage it’s monitoring, and it’ll gather information on soil moisture, temperature and light intensity.

The data’s pinged to the Koubachi Cloud and used to generate detailed instructions on how to keep your flowers looking fabulous – including when to water, mist and fertilise them, and where to site them for optimum temperature and light conditions.

The Koubachi Wi-Fi Plant Sensor is available across Europe from today, priced £100.

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