8 products found


  • Data Loggers

  • Light Environmental Meters

  • LightScout - Model DLI 100 - Light Meter

    LightScout - Model DLI 100 - Light Meter

    Compare light between three locations, simultaneously. Simple, one button operation. Displays light intensity levels every 4 seconds for 24 hours. An affordable, first step in measuring light. Measure PAR light (Photosynthetically Active Radiation). With the push of a button, the meter runs for 24 hours and calculates your Daily Light Integral (DLI). Real-time intensity levels are shown every 4 seconds in µmol•m-2•s-1 (or footcandles)....

  • LightScout - Red/Far Red Meter

    LightScout - Red/Far Red Meter

    Plants use the Red/Far Red light ratio to determine how crowded they are, and grow tall or full accordingly. Previously, Red/Far Red measurement required expensive spectroradiometers or sensors, and post-measurement computation. The Field Scout meter displays the Red/Far Red ratio on the LCD screen, and with the push of a button, the 660nm and 730nm readings.

  • LightScout - UV Meter

    LightScout - UV Meter

    Plants can suffer from sunburn; exposure to radiation in the mid-ultraviolet part of the electromagnetic spectrum (UV-B) triggers stress responses, inhibition of photosynthesis and DNA damage. As an initial defense, plants produce and accumulate UV-B-absorbing chemical sunscreens, such as flavonoids and sinapate esters, to block low-dosage UV-B. A UV meter can help detect if your plants are being exposed to high levels of detrimental UV radiation, and...

  • Nutrient Management - Chlorophyll Meters

  • FieldScout - Model CM 1000 - NDVI Chlorophyll Meter

    FieldScout - Model CM 1000 - NDVI Chlorophyll Meter

    FieldScout CM 1000 NDVI Chlorophyll Meter “Point-and-shoot” technology to instantly measure red (660 nm) and near infrared (840 nm) spectral bands; Detects stress earlier than visual monitoring. Computes Normalized Difference Vegetative Index (NDVI). Laser guides outline the edges of the measured sample area. Calculates and displays a running average for multiple readings. Connects to any GPS receiver that has a serial output option*....

  • FieldScout - Model TCM 500 - NDVI Turf Color Meter

    FieldScout - Model TCM 500 - NDVI Turf Color Meter

    Turfgrass quality is visually evaluated by human assessors based on a scale of 1 (dead grass) to 9 (perfect grass) in the current assessment method. This evaluation practice has several disadvantages and therefore, there is the need for a better evaluation technique. Individual biases are inevitable and lead to some level of inconsistency, even among the most highly trained observers. Research from Clemson University, “Predicting Visual Quality...

  • Nutrient Management - pH & EC Meters

  • FieldScout - Direct Soil EC Meter

    FieldScout - Direct Soil EC Meter

    Professional-grade meter. No need to prepare samples - simply sample through the profile. Patented paired sensor tip provides maximum soil-sensor contact and higher accuracy. Sample directly in plug trays, pots, containers, solutions, or ground soils. 0 to 19.9 mS/cm (Accuracy ±1%, resolution 0.01 mS/cm). Automatic temperature compensation. Includes battery and EC calibration standard. Item 2265FS includes a carrying case.

  • WaterScout Branad Products

    WaterScout is Spectrum's family of sensors for measuring soil moisture at remote locations.  Use the SM 100 to track water content alone.  Or, install SMEC 300 sensors to track soil moisture, salinity, and temperature; all with just one sensor.  WaterScout sensors provide you with critical information to better manage irrigation and fertilizer applications.  Connect to a WatchDog data logger or weather station to track changes in soil conditions over time.

  • WaterScout - Model SM 100 - Soil Moisture Sensor

    WaterScout - Model SM 100 - Soil Moisture Sensor

    Maintaining a healthy soil moisture and water balance is essential for producing high quality plants. Under-watered plants suffer from nutrient deficiencies, stunting and wilting. Conversely, over-watered plants are more susceptible to disease pressure and less tolerant of dry conditions later on in their life cycle. Extreme over-watering will suffocate the plant and lead to root death.