The Plant Doctor
Available for: iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Google Android
Price: Free

WebMD for plants would sure come in handy for those among us who think the answer to every plant ailment is to water it until it loves you again. The Plant Doctor provides descriptions of 10 of the most common plant diseases, but also collects text and photos and sends them to a professional plant pathologist if the diagnosis is more complex. That pathologist identifies the disease, provides treatment options and will even recommend local plant experts who can help if the situation gets too dire. Your plant doesn't have to die of starvation because you don't know how to give it the appropriate amount of sunlight.

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