If you’ve been outside tending to your plants and vegetables for most of the season, then you probably have just about everything you need to boast the greenest garden on the block. However, you might not have Sonkir’s 3-in-1 Soil Moisture/Light/pH Tester that thousands of people are raving about on Amazon.
As the name suggests, this tester measures three key things that will help your garden flourish: Moisture, sunlight, and pH value. The Premium Double-Needle Detection Technology enhances the speed and accuracy, as detailed by the brand, so you will know if certain plants aren’t getting adequate water and sunlight.
One of the great thing is about the tester is that it doesn’t need batteries and it’s as easy as inserting the sensor probe about 2 to 4 inches into the soil. In a few minutes, when the pointer stops swinging, it’ll give you the information you need. Who would have thought that this lightweight, portable tool may be the key to keeping your plants alive for more than a couple weeks?
Out of over 22,500 reviews, the Sonkir 3-in-1 Soil Moisture/Light/pH Tester has an average of 4.2 out of 5 stars on Amazon. It has earned a #1 Best Seller in Soil Test Kits badge. For $14.99, you really can’t go wrong with giving it a try for your indoor and outdoor greens.
“It has helped me from killing my succulents and cacti for the last few months. I really like this product for its simplicity and the fact that I never have to replace the batteries. 10/10 would buy again,” one buyer wrote. “I have had bad experience in past with this kind of product, I receive this last week, it works great, very accurate, I did my testing many times, in different plant pot, and got accurate results,” wrote another.
As some reviewers have noted, it may seem that the pH measurement isn’t working, but you may need to rub the points and sensors with an abrasive, such as sand paper or wire brush. Gotta love the fact that so many people have tried it out that they can share they’re much appreciated tips!
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