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Good Earth, Good Apps

April 15, 2013 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Those with green thumbs are using them to search through some useful new gardening apps that provide information on everything from seeds to seasons, from proper growing techniques to pest identification. Gardeners like the ability to access handy information without having to leave their rows of tomatoes or petunias, but there’s also the opportunity to show off what they’ve reaped and sown via the sharing features in the apps.

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