gardening software previously discussed?
April 26, 2005 5:47 PM   Subscribe

sometime in the last week or so, there was a thread on the blue that (i seem to recall) had something to do with growing vegetables... or horticulture... or something. and in the comments i'm nearly sure i saw a link to some sort of software that would let you mess with the pH levels in your soil, lighting levels, etc... like a "sim-'growing things'" kind of software.

i looked at the homepage, was intrigued, saw that it was "a labor of love" for the people who made it... and forgot to bookmark it. i recall that they mentioned that it was a hundreds-of-man-hours project, this software.

now, four days later, i can't even figure out which thread it was in. i'd really, really like to know, if anyone has even the vaguest clue what i'm talking about.

scatterbrained these days, i swear. i wish i had more info. i apologize.
posted by radiosilents to Science & Nature (2 answers total)
 
I assume it's Garden with Insight.

(I didn't see the thread in the blue, but shoepal linked to it on his blog "via MoFi", and MoFi is like a red-headed stepchild of MeFi or something, so it should be the right link.)
posted by jewishbuddha at 8:02 PM on April 26, 2005


that is so EXACTLY what i meant. thank you for sorting through my vagueness to deliver the goods.
posted by radiosilents at 10:27 AM on April 28, 2005


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