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Soil Moisture Sensors Applications

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    Soil moisture monitoring solution for meteorology industry

    Delta-T Devices has over thirty years experience in designing and supplying environmental monitoring equipment – from a single sensor through to a complete advanced automatic weather station. Our range includes: data loggers, sensors, weather stations, mast and mountings, battery and solar power, a variety of communications options, and enclosures. Complex systems can be created with ease. These often include a wide range of inputs, such as soil moisture sensors, solar radiation sensors and meteorological...

    By Delta-T Devices Ltd. based in Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM.

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    Soil moisture monitoring for Agriculture Science and Research

    Accuracy and ease of use make SM300 Soil Moisture Sensors well suited to irrigation applications. Readings can be used to optimise irrigation scheduling, or the SM300 can be installed as part of an automatic irrigation system. The sensor`s compact size allows it to be installed in plant pots or grow bags.

    By Delta-T Devices Ltd. based in Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Intelligent Screening System for Roots Performance

    The root’s role in water uptake is essential; however, as they are below the surface, it is very challenging to continuously monitor them - especially by non-invasive methods. By using soil-embedded sensors, which measure the soil moisture, temperature, and electrical conductivity, at the same time as other environmental signals and physiological parameters, Plantarray enables the quantitative evaluation of multiple functional traits, such as:

    By Plant-DiTech Ltd based in Rehovot, ISRAEL.

  • Weather Data and Soil Moisture Solutions for Horticulture Irrigation

    Our solutions give growers greater control and increased flexibility through the provision of precise real time data stored within the system. This allows for irrigation and fertigation decisions to be made instantaneously. Incorporating Weather Data and Soil Moisture Data into the real time irrigation system means that water is only applied when it is required and no more than necessary because the sensors are in place giving real time feedback from the field. WiSA systems are in use across numerous crop types...

    By Wisa Irrigation based in Echuca, AUSTRALIA.

  • Agriculture sensors solutions for golf courses / turf grass sector

    ET only accounts for part of the story of what happens to water - what happens above the ground. Different soil types lose differing amounts of water at varying speeds. Understanding what happens to water in the ground can help you to make effective management decisions that optimize energy and water use, while ensuring a high quality course. ESI monitoring systems enable turf professionals to analyze soil conditions with a high degree of accuracy, and make their management decisions with confidence. Simple,...

    By E.S.I. Environmental Sensors Inc. based in Sidney, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

  • Weather Station for agricultural applications

    Television and radio news reports and regional forecasts have their role and are important sources of general information for managing an agricultural operation. But these reports probably don’t represent the conditions at your specific site – what about your local weather conditions?

    By Dyacon, Inc. based in Logan, UTAH (USA).

  • Agriculture sensors solutions for silviculture industry

    Tree nurseries use techniques such as large potted seedlings and air-slit containers, to cultivate strong, healthy plants with well-developed root structures. It has been proven that irrigation techniques play a critical role in seedling physiology, however traditional approaches to determining seasonal soil water requirements during the growth period have been typically qualitative, based around the feel of the soil.

    By E.S.I. Environmental Sensors Inc. based in Sidney, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

  • Soil Moisture Monitoring

    Soil moisture content is the amount of water within a certain volume or mass of soil. Together with soil temperature is a fundamental indicator of the eco-hydrological state of a field. A precise measurement of how water and temperature are spatially distributed in soil, and their evolution in time, is crucial to the forecast and/or quantification of many key processes like plants growth, infiltration, runoff, plant and evaporation.

    By Silixa Ltd based in Elstree, UNITED KINGDOM.

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