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I love this! The only thing I would change is the soil moisture sensors. From everything I’ve read on them the type you’re using are notorious for getting corroded, which IIRC can start happening fairly quickly. I would recommend going with capacitive soil moisture sensors if you wanna avoid the corrosion issue. On a side note they do make 5v water pumps (some are made to hard wire and some run off a USB cable) so you could probably work in automatic watering if you wanted to. Great project though, looking forward to the updates!
Why post this in "Arduino" if you aren't connecting it to an arduino? At first I wasn't sure if you forgot to finish it or what, your instructions could use a bit more explanation. IE which segments are needed to make which number? What kind of display is needed, Common Cathode or Common Anode? Etc. (I hope I don't come off as being a jerk or harsh, I'm honestly just trying to help make your next instructable a bit better. Have a good one!)
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Wait, so are you saying to connect the negative lead of the led to the arduino pins (through a resistor) then connect all the positives together, like in the drawing I attached? The wording is a bit confusing.
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