I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve forgotten about when I did something last in my gardening exploits. Using the LogVine free Micro-Log service, you can avoid forgetting when you applied fertilizer, water, or nutrients. I used to write little notes on my iPhone using the notes application for when I did things last. This worked reasonably well, but I just didn’t feel comfortable with the flow of things.
What is a micro-log? It is a short-handed approach to storing something of importance. Micro-logs are significant because they can save you a lot of time in recalling when you performed an action last. My rose garden nearly died 1 month ago due to black rot and rust. I was faced with having to do something about the problem. I applied a late evening foliar spray of neem oil. I needed to apply the spray every 7-10 days. In order to remember the timing I wrote a quick micro-log stating “home” “roses” “neem oil”. Think of this like a quick tweet that helps me remembers something. Here it is on the phone:
This particular entry is super simple to fill out and will keep a record in the cloud and locally on my iPhone device that acts as a nice memory trail.
Moving ahead, I also can drill into some of my other logs at a high-level here.
Well that is wrap for this brief gardening entry.