Garden Time Planner

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  • Version: 9
  • Size: 66.2 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Burpee
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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Garden Time Planner Review

The Garden Time app from Burpee is the perfect tool to help gardeners know when to sow, transplant and expect to harvest vegetables and herbs specific to their garden region. The app automatically creates a task list to notify the user when their next sow or transplant date arrives. Included within the app is a full database of plants, local weather, and links to how-to gardening videos.


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  • RG
    Roman Grey
    1) Facebook login for account creation would allow Burpee to capture consumer demographics. 2) Drag and Drop Aerial Planner for visually-planning people. By default, when a plant is added to the planner, on a different tab, it should appear on a grid based on appropriate transplant spacing. With a finger, the user should be able to design the garden dynamically using their garden idea rather than asking them for current space measurements. This would allow them to better prioritize their garden based on available space without the overwhelming experience of finding out they maybe can't cram it all in from the get-go and becoming discouraged. This aerial view could also eventually export for integration with technological developments in agriculture like Farmbot. 3) Feedback for data analytics on seed variety and demand for sales projections accuracy by city based on current and requested plant variety Intake form. Consumer wants a new plant not listed? Add it and its specifications to allow for planning and use that demand to know what people want to buy instead of just what they buy from Burpee. 4) Account Creation Questionnaire Ground-level garden, planters or raised beds? For nutrients and watering maintenance how-to's. Check Boxes for Full, Partial, and Shade gardens (also potentially water gardens). This would allow for a more dynamic aerial planner. Soil type? Mostly Clay, or rich, peaty top soil? Same as above. Till or no-till? Would grey-out plants that need root isolation from plannable list. Repeat gardener or just for this year enthusiast? This would allow Burpee to determine if Task deferrals should occur if planting certain plants is too late or past due for the current year. 5) Quantity of each plant during plant selection process. For better Aerial Planner experience. 6) Give me a job directing your app development team. I can travel and work remotely and am a Strategic Business Consultant for a Fortune 75 Company. I have more ideas than these and I represent your millennial consumer future.
  • P
    1) The videos are helpful in a basic way as is the planning info for tasks as they arise for the year. 2) I would have found these features very helpful: --The ability to search for info beyond my growing zone. I am growing at least one plant out only zone (peanuts) but could not find it on the list of vegetables provided to me, nor was there a search feature to allow me to find/ add it --it would have been helpful to link the specific variety of each vegetable I am growing to my garden planner instead of just having genetic information about the vegetable (i.e. Pole beans vs. bush) --An actual garden plan like that offered at your web site would be helpful to lay out the garden in a grid, for use this year and reference in planning future garden layouts
  • M
    Your consumers are doing their best to help you make this a worthy application! LISTEN TO THEM! You learn nothing from 5-star cheerleaders! FIX THIS APP THAT YOU BROUGHT TO THE MARKETPLACE! It could exponentially grow your sales! 1) The Planner - nice list, but what can I presently plant out of those that you've listed? Update your listings to reflect every plant and seed you sell and a special icon for clearance items would be magic! A One-Click Add-to-Basket feature is essential! 2) PayPal - Just do it! Every time I must enter my card information into another database, it's just one more opportunity for thrives to steal it! Again, listen to your fans negative comments! They are begging you to deliver a workable tool! Do it!

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