Introducing Our New FREE Mobile App for Gardeners!
- Do you want to grow food, but you aren't sure how?
- Have you tried growing food in the past, but never could keep track of what to plant, when to plant it, and how to take care of it?
- Did pests ruin your garden and you weren’t sure what to do about it?
If any of these issues sound familiar, then our FREE iOS or Android App is for you!
We’re proud to announce that the first version of our mobile app that helps people grow food is now available in the iTunes App Store and the Google Play Store! This first release will allow you to learn about how to grow, harvest, and prepare over 40 different foods!
The From Seed to Spoon Growing Guide mobile app guides you through planting, growing, harvesting, and preparing 40+ vegetables and herbs with many more coming soon. We’ll guide you through all aspects of growing as well as help you plan out your garden by providing information about which companion plants grow best next to each plant. You can also view which pests attack each plant and read about how to deal with them organically!
This is just the beginning for us. We have a lot of big ideas about how we can help make the food growing process easier for anyone that wants to grow. We’re excited to release our first version and would love to hear any feedback you have on how we can make things better!
Why is it free?
Our goal has always been to make an impact on the world by helping people learn how to garden on their own. Charging for this app would add a barrier between you and the help. Thanks to your generosity, supporting us by visiting our site, downloading, reviewing, and sharing our app, and using our Amazon affiliate links, we do not have to charge, so we are not going to!
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It took me a couple of tries, but I finally found the perfect gift for Valentine’s Day! Click on the video below to see what I got Carrie!
Brooklyn came home with a cabbage plant for a contest they’re having at school to see who can grow the largest giant cabbage. This video shows how she’s planning to win! Link to larger Smart Pot shown in video – http://amzn.to/2C2S3kR Link to smaller Smart Pot shown in video – http://amzn.to/2ENkxlh
Lots of Improvements, Plus 20 New Plants & Pests Just Released in Our Free iOS and Android Mobile App!
This update adds the new “Getting Started” tab that walks you through setting up a new garden. We’ve also added over 20 foods and pests to the app as well as numerous enhancements throughout, many of which were made based on your feedback! Click on the blog post to read about all of the changes made in this update.
We had a lot of fun at the OKC Home & Garden show last weekend! We went there to help spread the word about the app, to get kids interested in gardening, and to help inspire people to start growing food. I had A LOT of conversations about growing food and began to notice a common theme among the topics. I have this huge list of features I want to add to our mobile app but I’ve struggled to decide what to work on first. Last weekend clarified the biggest challenges facing new gardeners and helped me focus my attention on the most important problems. Here’s what I learned from talking to people for 30 hours straight this weekend about growing food and the challenges they face.
Garden Wars: Our Quest to Turn Our Urban Lawn Into Food & the Free Mobile App We Created To Help You Grow Food!
I had the great honor of presenting at the 2018 Horticulture Industries Show organized by Oklahoma State University and the University of Arkansas on Friday, January 5th. I met a lot of great people, learned a great deal, and had a fantastic time. Thank you to the organizers of the event for allowing me to speak! You can watch the video below to see my presentation where I talk about what led us to start […]
I had the privilege of speaking with the OKC-Sharp developer meetup group in Oklahoma City this week and talking about why and how I learned to code in order to build our mobile app. I talk about how I learned to code and share tips for others that want to learn. This talk is geared towards software developers but there should be lessons I talk about that apply to all areas of learning.
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