Earl Morse, left, and George Gallant install an Arduino in the shed Tuesday afternoon at the Alan Day Community Garden in Norway. Morse said an Arduino is an open-source microprocessor, or minicomputer, that allows those working the garden to automate when plants are watered or when air is vented into the greenhouses. (Matthew Daigle/Sun Journal)


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