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The Best Smart Grow Apps [2021 Update]

Even for amateur and inexperienced farmers, innovative weed growing apps provide access to a treasure trove of information, as well as a growing community of like-minded people. Jéssica McKeilcannabis tech14 de junho de 2021

Users can easily query data from past harvests, explore photographic evidence of other varieties, and even schedule nutrients or watering with the touch of a finger.

Technological innovations are changing the way we grow marijuana, with unlimited budgets and technical know-how, commercial growers are always moving forward with their crops.

Mobile apps are changing the distribution of technology between commercial professionals and home hobbyists, connecting novice producers who share information through mobile technologies.


State (US) regulations require tracking of seeds for sale, so growers, processors and distributors need to have an application that can streamline the process and handle all this data. A product of Y Combinator and winner of TechCrunch Disrupt 2020, Canix is a young company offering a full-service SAAS solution for cannabis operations.

The mobile app works on Apple and Android smartphones or tablets to provide a mobile data entry solution that allows employees to enter data at the point of action. The Canix platform includes growth and manufacturing, CRM and sales, scanning and RFID, labeling, reporting and more workflows. Producers can use Canix to track inventory, monitor compliance and generate reports.

TRYM offers a mobile SAAS platform to increase efficiency, maintain compliance and monitor climate and root zone conditions. In addition, the software offers crew management, METRC reporting, plant tracking and task management, workers can scan plant tags from their smartphone or tablet, record UIDS and quickly report harvest records to Metrc.

Matt Mayberry, CEO and co-founder of the company, said in a statement: “At Trym, our goal is to help growers save time and streamline their operations. That’s why we created Touchless Harvesting.”


GrowBuddy is an application simple enough to be used by hobbyists, yet packed with valuable features that even commercial operations would benefit from. The app strives to be a comprehensive database capable of recording all relevant cultivation data to help you learn from your mistakes and compare with other strains and other crops.

The GrowBuddy app is essentially a complete grow diary, helping you schedule and list tasks like watering and nutrient additions, manage details of your growing environment, keep accurate notes with photographic evidence of your crop’s daily development, and even record information about mother plants and their clones, as well as the curing process.

They are striving to become the all-in-one hub for your operation, where you can access community knowledge, get expert advice, and buy any supplies, all without leaving the app.

In 2020, the GrowBuddy mobile app was temporarily unavailable while developers worked on updates.

For hydroponic growers, BudLabs has an app that is designed with a nutrient calculator, you simply choose the growth stage of your crop (growing or flowering), select the nutrient base, select your experience level and enter the exact size of the reservoir – then BudLabs will provide you with a personalized feeding schedule spread over the correct weeks.

As BudLabs is powered by Advanced Nutrients, you will be encouraged to purchase their products when using the app. BudLabs is also the most expensive app in this list of weed growing apps as it requires a monthly fee of $4.49 or an annual fee of $42.99 for the Pro version.


To date there are 19 states which have laws allowing the home cultivation of personal amounts of cannabis. Interestingly enough, the only state with legal adult-use cannabis that doesn’t permit home cultivation is Illinois.

  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Hawaii
  • Illinois
  • Maine
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Nevada
  • New Mexico
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Rhode Island
  • Vermont
  • Washington
  • Washington, D.C.

If you live in one of these states, these apps may help you get your personal crop growing.

Jane is another mobile weed growing app focused on providing novice growers with guidance, log growing and scheduling tools for their small operations. The app seems best suited for small beginner cannabis farmers, with new features and regular security updates.

Following in the footsteps of other apps, Jane knows that its users value privacy. One of its features allows users to work completely offline or in an anonymous account. For those wanting to share, they also provide space for users to share their data, photos and other information with the wider Jane community.

Grower Helper is a tool you can log your plants, fertilizers and sprays, add photos to track progress, set task reminders, track environmental conditions and even log information about your end products such as extracts, helping small growers scale to stay highly organized and never miss a necessary task. Available for Android and iOS devices.

If you live in a state where you cannot grow your own marijuana, this app may provide you with an alternative. Falling into the edu-entertainment category, this 3D cannabis growing simulator app was developed by experienced cannabis growers using scientific data. simLeaf allows users to practice growing weeds virtually from their phone or tablet. The platform is actually quite sophisticated as you have to manage light, temperature, humidity, water levels, nutrients and pH levels throughout the growing stages. simLeaf also provides helpful tips and educational information to help you along the way.

This is a great app for people looking to try out new techniques to see how they might affect real-life plants. Please note that this weed growing app is not free – it costs $3 to download.

One of the most popular applications to date is Botana. It remains to this day as one of the most comprehensive mobile apps on the market. Letting users compile details notes and data from all relevant environmental, strain, and more, they have set the bar high.

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Publicado por Edson Jesus


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