VoidPlants – Grow unlimited healthy food with an app!

Every homeowner should grow their food, not buy it! Have you ever wondered why despite lawn care services, sprinklers, and online gardening information, almost no one lives off their land? That’s because gardening 40+ species is harder than it looks. We provide the most affordable solution to make gardening easy for anyone!

Waterproof hardware that will last!

Grow all the food you’ll ever need to eat!

Optimize garden yield and prevent crop death with data!

Why Buy?

Our customers have voiced many concerns that existing solutions and technology can’t fix.

Optimize a Plant’s Yield

Unlike timer-based solutions, our system is one of the first to guarantee that your plants are getting the perfect amount of water, light, and heat! Your tomato plant might go from producing 3 tomatoes to 10 per plant!

No More Death

Are you tired of your plants dying and not knowing why? Whether your problem is mold, dehydration, scorching, frost, or more, we will tell you!

Extra $600/yr

Lower your monthly bills by saving $600/yr on groceries! If you want to save money and eat healthier, stop buying food: start growing it!

Lifetime Warranty

If any part of our product stops working, you can return it, and we will give you a replacement for free.

No Studying Needed

Most apps require you to study for years to grow 30+ species, and info is region-specific. “Full sunlight” is different from Florida to Maine. We use real data to be the expert for you!

Pricing

  • 1 device
  • $49.99, $10/yr
  • For up to 10 devices, there will be a one-time payment of $49.99 per device as well as a $10/yr server and maintenance fee per device.
  • 11+ devices
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  • If you’d like more than 10 devices, contact us for specialized pricing as well as letting us know which features to prioritize!

By purchasing anything on this page, you agree to our Terms & Conditions (T&C). Our product is still in the beta testing phase: please don’t expect a reliable product! Note you will also need to buy this battery charger as well after the battery drains. If we are out-of-stock, note that more are coming soon!

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Features

Sensor Data

soil moisture, light, and temperature data, every 2 hours

Battery Life

The battery will last about 3-6 months and is an 18650 rechargeable 3.7V battery. This reduces depending on how often the wakeup button is pressed.

Notifications

Each day, you will be notified of anything wrong with your plant.

Controls

iOS and Android app, via WiFi or mobile data

Waterproof

Our product can stay outside during the rain. Make sure to follow our waterproofing instructions.

Tiny

The box is 3.75″ x 3.75″ x 1.5″.

OTA Updates

We’ll automatically update the software in your device and the app.

Suggest a Feature

If there’s a feature you want, contact us and let us know!

Setup Instructions

  1. Check your email for an invitation to join the Blynk app with credentials for your product. (Do not download manually.)
  2. Open the box, and place the battery into its holder. Place the lid on the box, and ensure the box is upright, not on its side. Ensure all cable glands are tight, or water may leak in!
  3. In the Blynk app under Devices, find your device and click on it. Click the (i) in the top right, click the “…”, click Reconfigure, and then “Find devices nearby.”
  4. Follow the steps, and your device will be connected to your WiFi. Enter a name and icon for your device, for example, based on its location or what you are growing.
  5. To verify, the device should go to sleep, turning the Power icon purple. The home screen “Offline” will temporarily be removed for about 30s.
  6. Place the moisture sensor in the ground near the plant’s roots. Every 2 hours, your app will update. Ensure the light sensor is not shaded or the data will be inaccurate!
  7. Press the physical wake-up button, verify “State” turns blue (online), and that “Sleeps in” is counting down. If it’s not, move your device closer to your WiFi router, and try again.
  8. Buy a battery charger for 18650 3.7V Lithium-ion batteries. The device’s battery drains faster based on how often the wakeup button is pressed.
  9. (Optional) Sign into blynk.cloud to see more data and analytics.
  10. (Optional) Check out the support button in one of your Blynk devices or the below tutorial for more product information and gardening tips!

A Garden in 7 Steps

Learn how to garden. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.

1. Choose Crops: First, use a solar map to determine how much sun your area gets. Generally, red means “high sunlight”, orange is “medium sunlight”, and yellow is “low sunlight.” Then, check PictureThis or various internet resources to determine which kind of seeds need the amount of light you have. If you’re new to gardening, we recommend using larger seeds that don’t require pollination: okra, cabbage, carrots, potatoes, peas, beans, celery, kale, etc. Beginners shouldn’t plant fruit or nut seeds, unless you’re familiar with stratification. Home Depot and Amazon have great selections of seeds.

2. Store Seeds: Store seeds to prevent them from dying. The best way is to place them in a Ziplock bag, press the air out, and place it in a refrigerator. Ensure your environment is 40°F15-40% humidity, and the container is air tight.

3. Setup Soil: Using a trowel and gloves, add nutrient-rich soil to a potgrow bag, or a raised bed. Ensure the container has 2-3 drainage holes on the bottom, or excess water will rot the roots. If you’re unsure if the soil is healthy enough, wet the soil, and stick a pH sensor in it for 30 seconds. Most plants prefer a reading of 7-8 and won’t grow if under 4. Optimal soil is a mixture of sand, silt, and clay. One of the cheapest ways to get large quantities of high-quality soil is Facebook Marketplace or Home Depot. If its an indoor plant, it’s best to add a water saucer underneath the pot to catch the water.

4. Sow: Ideally, sow seeds directly in its final location or grow bag, based on needed root space. Sowing and germination require the following: correct expiration date, temperature between 65-85°F (heat mat), high humidity without algae growth, water, sowed 2-3x the thickness of the seed deep in the soil, and soil that is sifted and nutrient-rich, not rocky. Wait about 4-15 days. If 50% or more of your seeds aren’t sprouting, we recommend the Paper Towel Method and placing your saplings high off the ground so animals cannot eat.

5. Improve your Setup: Click the button to learn how to use the app, as well as improve your gardening setup to optimize plant growth.

6. Diagnose Issues: Click the button to learn how to fix various issues, such as diseases, pests, dry soil, leggy plants, root-bound roots, and weeds.

7. Reproduction: Some plants like tomatoes need to be hand-pollinated, by rubbing a male flower’s pollen inside of a female flower. Check if your crop needs pollinating via YouTube. As you pick your crops, remember to keep the seeds for future use. YouTube is also a great resource for learning how to propagate. For example, by cutting a stem off a tomato plant and soaking the stem in water, you can develop a new root system.