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Plant/Wood Identification App #7347729
09/04/21 01:51 PM
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I am trying to identify a bunch of plants, berries, and firewood logs. I know just enough to get me in trouble. So far I have tried Google Lens and PlantNet with questionable results.

Are there any good ones out there? Alright, stupid question. I suppose most are good to some extent. Which ones work for you?

Last edited by T-Rex; 09/04/21 01:54 PM.

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Re: Plant/Wood Identification App [Re: T-Rex] #7347745
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I looked at this last week and found most cost quite a bit for an app

Re: Plant/Wood Identification App [Re: DWC] #7347749
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Picturethis seem to be pretty good

Re: Plant/Wood Identification App [Re: FarmerDan] #7347752
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Originally Posted by Coon Man Dan
Picturethis seem to be pretty good


Yup, its by far the best one I have tried and the only one I am keeping for sure.


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Re: Plant/Wood Identification App [Re: T-Rex] #7347787
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Thank you.
I just installed PictureThis, and it quickly and correctly identified a picture of a white ash, that I had on file. Compare that to PlantNet that offered it as a second choice possibility.

I'm headed out to take a bunch of pictures, and see what happens.


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Re: Plant/Wood Identification App [Re: T-Rex] #7347788
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Jeez....I'm hurt that you don't axe the experts here on Tman!!


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Re: Plant/Wood Identification App [Re: T-Rex] #7347820
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Its a free app.


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Re: Plant/Wood Identification App [Re: Gary Benson] #7348375
09/05/21 12:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Gary Benson
Jeez....I'm hurt that you don't axe the experts here on Tman!!

Good Point.

Based upon my recollection, such questions are nearly guaranteed to produce the correct answer.

(and, of course, a half dozen incorrect ones, too.)

The real reason for the app is my need for instant gratification. Betcha didn't know that I am a Millennial.


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