Connected barbecue, permaculture app, robot mower… tech comes to the garden

Spring is here again… and with it, our desire for wild grass, flowery balconies, well-mown lawns, barbecues, idleness and… gardening. A passion that is priceless. According to figures published by GFK in March, this market represented 3.2 billion euros in turnover in 2021 – up 25% compared to 2019!

Remarkable fact, and which interests us particularly for this page dedicated to tech, is that beyond the carnal need to feel the earth under the fingers, the new gardener is a lazy person… who assumes himself. “We are witnessing a strong trend of easy gardening” can we read in this balance sheet. To him, therefore, lighter and wireless equipment, such as robot mowers whose sales have multiplied by 1.5 in two years.

The sequel after the ad

But let’s be honest: Truffaut, Gamm Vert and other Jardilands are not close to looking like Apple Stores. The fact remains that between these new autonomous (and silent!) machines for cutting the grass to the millimeter without thinking about it, the watering systems that can be controlled via bluetooth via your smartphone (three programs, a rain mode and even a humidity sensor in Gardena), connected weather stations (like that of the French Netatmo), even sensors for humidity and soil fertility (like Xiaomi’s Flower Care, sold only on the internet), the tech is slowly taking possession of the garden.

The new mythologies (2/7): The barbecue, at ease, embers!

And not just to make the tools more efficient. On our smartphones, a plethora of apps now allow us to determine in a fraction of a second the nature of the slightest blade of grass or to diagnose the ailments of our dear plants to better treat them. Thus, PictureThis (paying but very fast and complete, with expert advice as a bonus) or PlantNet (free, it invites you to create groups of observers). Note that some applications play landscapers to help us design the garden of our dreams. Finally, the 30% of French people who do not have personal green spaces can always rent one on the jardin-prives.com website or share the vegetable garden with strangers in a more collaborative way. Tech at the service of the earth…

A smart mower

Gardena – smart ambience SILENO life

At Gardena, the must-have robot is called Smart Sileno. From 1,300 euros, the range includes mapping technology based on artificial intelligence and localization.

A connected barbecue

The sequel after the ad

Connected barbecue (Weber)
Connected barbecue (Weber)

Sixty-three percent of French people own a barbecue. A market that is exploding and becoming more sophisticated, notably under the impetus of the master of the genre, the American Weber, who equips some of his appliances with sensors to be connected to the food to be cooked, linked to the Weber Connect app to monitor cooking and follow recipes step by step. Good to know: the brand also offers independent boxes to adapt to your own barbecue.

An indoor vegetable garden

Veritable Indoor Vegetable Garden
Veritable Indoor Vegetable Garden
Connected barbecue permaculture app robot mower… tech comes to the

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No garden, terrace, or even a piece of balcony? The mini vegetable gardens of apartment allow, in the absence of putting the hand in the soil, to harvest herbs and other cherry tomatoes with ease. Many models, including the very designer one from Veritable. 100% made in France with an infinity of varieties offered.

A permaculture app

Tomato and Basil permaculture app
Tomato and Basil permaculture app

And yes, tech is found where you least expect it… But the Tomate & Basilic app, dedicated to permaculture, is a must have for the eco-conscious gardener. Association of plants, sowing of the month, list of protective insects, advice for setting up your vegetable garden (from a photo of your land) and managing it, exchanges… A fun, practical and made in France app.

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Connected barbecue, permaculture app, robot mower… tech comes to the garden


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