Version 1.2 has had the following changes:
Whether you have a massive garden plot, or just a few planters, growing produce is very satisfying as well as healthy.
We have created the most complete US gardening application in the app store, it will accommodate the enthusiastic gardener looking to grow their own produce or the novice gardener just starting out. It is a feature packed app that helps you track whats in your garden, keep notes along side each item in your garden with accompanying photos and even lets you search a photo filled encyclopaedia of hundreds of plant growing guides.
The application has the following features:
⁃ ability to add multiple types of the same produce, differentiating them by variety planted, enabling you to track how each individual variety is doing
⁃ an extensive range of growing guides for vegetables, fruit and herbs, giving detailed information on soil preparation, growing tips, harvesting and best varieties
⁃ to ensure you have a bumper harvest we have included a list of common problems that affect produce, giving information on how to spot the bugs when they arise and also how to treat them
⁃ ability to add produce to a favorites list, which is split into veg, fruit and herb categories
⁃ track whats in your garden by adding produce that you are growing and then save specific details about the produce, such as variety grown, amount of produce harvest, whether its been a success, date planted and number of days to harvest
⁃ ability to add multiple notes to each produce in your garden with an accompanying photograph, like a mini journal
⁃ to do list you can add 'to do' tasks, so next time you go to the garden centre you won't be racking your brains trying to remember what you came for!
⁃ lots of tips on growing produce, with more added all the time with each update
⁃ simple to use and fast
NEW features coming soon:
We'll be updating our app soon to have a plot planner. If there is an addition you would like adding, then please email us and we'll see what we can do.
NOTE: The sowing and harvesting times given and the recommended varieties are specific to the USA