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irrigation optimization Applications

  • Greenhouse Irrigation Management

    Why efficient irrigation is important. Water and fertilizers are essential to the growth of your crop. However, these resources are becoming increasingly scarce worldwide. Modern horticulture has various possibilities for saving water and fertilizers. For example, recirculation of drain water reduces consumption by at least 30%. Exact alignment of the plant’s needs and the irrigation also provides an important contribution to savings. An associated advantage is that an optimal irrigation strategy will increase...

    By Hoogendoorn based in Vlaardingen, NETHERLANDS.

  • Irrigation solutions for Citrics Crops

    Citrus fruits belong to rutaceus, they started 20 millions of years ago in the Asiatic South East. They grow in subtropical and tropical climates. The world production is estimated in approximately 100 millions of tons.

    By Sistema Azud, S.A. based in Alcantarilla, SPAIN.

  • Agriculture sensors solutions for viticulture industry

    For wine growers it isn`t just a question of giving your vines enough water - sometimes they need to stress their grapes by depriving them of moisture to ensure that the fruit reaches the quality sought by the winemaker. In particular, soil moisture levels are critically important to the management of sugar and anthocyanin in the initial stages of ripening right the way through to the production of flavor compounds in the later stages of the lifecycle of the grape.

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

  • Agriculture sensors solutions for orrigation industry

    Farmers in the 21st century are using efficient irrigation technology such as drip systems to maximize their usage of one of our most valuable commodities - water. Water flow rates to irrigated areas can be controlled effectively, concentrating the application of water in the immediate vicinity of the crops and adjusting the quantity of water delivered. The next step in precision irrigation is accurate knowledge of soil moisture content around the crop so that the amount of water and the frequency at which it is...

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

  • 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).

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