We’re really excited to bring you this update! You should notice a number of visual improvements throughout the app, as well as LOTS of new features and information! You can now also support our mission of improving the way food is grown by supporting us on Patreon! A monthly $1 donation from just 10% of our users would allow us to spend 100% of our time on building software that makes growing food simple!
Our last update added customized indoor seed starting and outside planting dates based on your location. To calculate the dates, we used the most conservative estimate for the last freeze date from your closest weather station.
This update adds the ability to choose from 10 different freeze date options so you can tailor the planting dates to your liking!
Many times, planting dates can be accelerated if you’re able to provide your plants with some sort of protection during cold temperatures. Now you’re able to make that decision for yourself in the app!
This update adds many new and exciting features! Most notably, we will now use your location to provide you with customized dates for indoor seed starting and earliest outdoor planting based on data from your nearest weather station! We’ve also added a filter menu on the vegetables list that lets you filter down to specific seasons. Check out the rest of our new features and a video of the update in action below.
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’ve been absent from the blog and the social media pages (outside of sharing things I’m reading) for the past 4 months. I’m excited to take a minute to pause and explain where we’ve been and share the story of building our first mobile app.
Update: Check out everything we’ve added in the past year! 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 insects ruin your garden, and you weren’t sure what to do about it, or how to stop it without spraying poisons? If so, look no […]