from Cover for Capacitive Soil Humidity Sensor
by Noe Ruiz
Leo shared on thingiverse:
This is a minimalistic cover for the V1.2 Moisture Sensor.
The print requires only about 4 grams of material.
This cover requires desoldering the connector. To do so, I recommend sacrificing the connector by bending it upwards, cutting the the legs in the middle and then using a soldering iron to remove each of the remaining legs separately.
The soil sensor can be purchased on AliExpress
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