Chlorophyll Monitoring

Articles & Whitepapers

  • Physiological Injury and Bio-mechanical Injury of Aquatic Plants

    Physiological Injury and Bio-mechanical Injury of Aquatic Plants

    Physiological Injury of Aquatic Plants 1. Insufficient Light During the growth, due to insufficient light, the photosynthetic intensity of aquatic plants will be reduced, the normal growth and development will also be affected. For example, red water plants such as Ammania gracilis and Rotala macranda, due to insufficient light, the anthocyanins in the leaves will decrease; while ...

  • Connect Sniper Pull-Type Sprayer

    You thought your farm needed an all in one sprayer, until you needed two. The fall of 2020 brings exciting news with the release of the newest Connect Sprayer. The Sniper is in a class of its own ...

News

  • Gas Sensing for Optimal Marijuana Medical Use Crop Growth

    Gas Sensing for Optimal Marijuana Medical Use Crop Growth

    Following the legalisation of marijuana sale for medical use in 33 US states1 and Canada,2 marijuana sales have become big business. It is estimated that in 2020 US retail sales of marijuana will continue their rapid growth, from $15. 7 billion to ...

Equipment & Solutions

  • Kiwi Meter for Fruit & Veg Ripeness/Quality Control
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    Kiwi Meter for Fruit & Veg Ripeness/Quality Control

    Instrument that, by means of its absorbency properties, allows to measure the chlorophyll's content in a fruit. Specific version for Kiwi. In fruit and vegetables, establishing the optimal harvest time is a crucial issue, since fruit shelf-life potential and quality are closely related to the ripening stage at the harvest. In cold store it is very importants to establish maturity changes as well.