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there's an app for that (plant ID)

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This is a good idea nowadays
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Downloaded that app weeks ago. Kills your battery and it's not always helpful. You have to compare the pictures or if not found you and everyone else can speculate on it's true identification
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duane hennon wrote:

This App Tells You The Name Of Plants From A Picture


The original article link (The Vocal? Sydney Herald?) no longer works, though I looked at the Pl@ntNet link to see if the app was still available.

Yup. Though I haven't tried it, so I can't confirm or deny Matt's less-than-optimal experience.

I came to this thread because a friend asked if we'd heard of another plant ID app, PlantSnap, https://plantsnap.com/,

and shared a link with us on investing in it:  https://www.startengine.com/plantsnap.

Whew! I must say I don't know enough about either, let alone whether it's a good investment opportunity.

Maybe this thread could be about different plant ID apps and the user experiences, like Matt's with Pl@ntNet.

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