Traditionally, gardening is a healthy dose of intuition combined with a dash of luck. Edyn wants to add a bit of data analytics to the mix and the company has turned to Kickstarter to raise $100,000 needed to make the product a reality.
The company launched at Disrupt DF 2013. Originally called Soil IQ, CEO Jason Aramburu told the Disrupt judges and attendees that his company is focused on food production for the 100 million households in the U.S. At that time, the working prototype was simply a large box stuck on a metal rod. Now, nearly two years later, with a bit of help from noted designer Yves Behar, the product has evolved into the sleek design shown here.
The mission is still the same and the device has lived up to its promise. Edyn monitors and tracks environmental conditions, giving plants the best opportunity to survive and…
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