soil-water News

  • Students get a feel for soil-water relationships

    Using little more than PVC rings, a trashcan, and a scale, students can literally get a feel for soil water retention and field capacity, concepts that are important and useful in fields from farming to engineering. The demonstration, developed by Adam Howard, Drs. Josh Heitman and Dan Bowman of North Carolina State University, was designed to illustrate concepts that can be difficult for ...

  • Advanced Ecological Solutions in Water Treatment & Soil Conditioning

    Phyto-Catalyst® is built upon the powerful bio-catalytic capabilities of the BOC composition formulas.  The BOC products are based on a specially designed fermentation supernatant, derived from plants and minerals, which is then blended with surface modifying compounds, into a very powerful liquid concentrate. Improves microbiological conditions in soil.  ...


    By Bio-Organic Catalyst, Inc.

  • Meet Eijkelkamp Soil & Water at WASWAC 2016

    Meet Eijkelkamp Soil & Water at the 3rd world conference of World Association of Soil and Water Conservation (WASWAC) in Belgrade, Serbia. Eijkelkamp Soil & Water's focus during WASWAC 2016 will be smart sensoring and monitoring.  WASWAC 2016 The focus of WASWAC 2016 will be on new challenges and strategies of soil and water conservation in the changing world ...


    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water

  • Eijkelkamp Agrisearch Equipment renamed Eijkelkamp Soil & Water

    From 24th July 2015, we are called Eijkelkamp Soil & Water. With this a name, which clearly reflects where our focus lies, we intend to expand into a preferred global supplier of solutions for soil and water research, such as smart sensoring. A new name deserves a new logo. A modern logo encompassing our incredible pride at receiving the designation 'Royal' (Royal Eijkelkamp) and the colour ...


    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water

  • Improved soil water sensors aid in irrigation management

    Agriculture, a large user of water for irrigation, is under pressure to reduce water use. Increased urban population growth has created more competition for limited water supplies. While growers have used soil moisture probes to aid in irrigation management in the past, earlier probes required maintenance or were expensive or inadequate.  New electronic sensors have been developed that require ...

  • Eijkelkamp Soil & Water present at IWS Abu Dhabi

    Eijkelkamp Soil & Water is present at the International Water Summit in Abu Dhabi. The International Water Summit is the leading global meeting point for showcasing and developing solutions for water sustainability in arid ...


    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water

  • USDA seeks partnerships to protect soil and water

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is teaming with businesses, nonprofits and others on a five-year, $2.4 billion program that will fund locally designed cosnervation of soil and water projects nationwide, Secretary Tom Vilsack said Tuesday. Authorized by the new farm law enacted earlier this year, the Regional Conservation Partnership Program is intended to involve the private sector more ...


    By Associated Press

  • Eijkelkamp Soil & Water exclusive distributor Grundfos MP1 pump

    From Friday 2 June 2016, Eijkelkamp Soil & Water will worldwide be the exclusive distributor of the Grundfos MP1 pump. The Grundfos MP1 pump is an environmental pump used for water monitoring. You can use the MP1 pump for collecting ground water samples, which are analysed to establish the precise type and degree of contamination. Kenth Hvid Nielsen, Group Vice President, Global Market ...


    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water

  • Eijkelkamp Soil & Water`s ISO-9001 certificate again renewed

    After the annual audit Eijkelkamp Soil & Water's ISO-9001 certificate is again renewed. The quality system employed by Eijkelkamp Soil & Water and its implementation satisfy NEN-EN-ISO 9001:2008 for the following areas of application: The development, production, purchase and sale of equipment for the analysis of soil, water, plants, climate, residual substances and surveying ...


    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water

  • Where is your soil water? Crop yield has the answer

    Crop yield is highly dependent on soil plant-available water, the portion of soil water that can be taken up by plant roots. Quantitative determination of the maximum amount of plant-available water in soil using traditional methods on soil samples remains challenging, especially at the scale of an entire field. However, a map of plant-available water capacity for a field would be instrumental in ...

  • Testing for a range of Per Fluorinated Compounds (PFC) in soil and water.

    Perfluorinated Compounds (PFC) are a group of synthetic chemicals that have been used in a variety of consumer and industrial applications for over 50 years – used in adhesives, cosmetics, cleaning products, and fire fighting foams. Some Per Fluorinated substances are Toxic, Persistent and Bio-accumulative; this by definition makes them hazardous substances. There are major concerns ...


    By ALcontrol Laboratories

  • Lots of media attention for unique Eijkelkamp Soil & Water measurement buoy

    Organisers of swimming events in open water still sometimes come up against unpleasant surprises. After the discovery of dead ducks in Berkel river, the organisers of De Vrije Slag Door Zutphen (swimming event) decided to cancel the 2015 event, just prior to the start. Although participants were very understanding about the decision, the organiser was ...


    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water

  • Straw covering on soil can increase crop yields and improve the efficiency of water use

    Straw from previous harvests can be used to help increase crop yields and improve the efficiency of water use in arid regions, finds a new study from China. By testing different techniques to improve water efficiency, the researchers found that the most effective method involved using straw to cover the soil when growing maize and wheat together in the same growing season. In north-western China, ...

  • Free Software Lets You Use HydraProbe to Determine Soil Water Retention Curve

    The Soil Water Characteristics software is a hydraulic properties calculator, developed by the USDA and Washington State University. It estimates soil water tension, conductivity and water holding capability based on the soil texture, organic matter, gravel content, salinity, and compaction. The software is for Windows-based PCs and is available for free ...

  • Soil Quality Discussed at IAgrE Annual Conference – Rainwater Tanks Could Help Farming Water Management

    With 2015 being the International year of soils, the importance of the quality of the UK’s soils should become a hot topic for all those working in farming.  This year’s Agricultural Engineers annual conference takes place at Newcastle University on Wednesday 20th May and will focus on new tools for water management and how engineering can develop and support their adoption. ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

  • EOS to Attend AEHS 26th Annual International Conference on Soil, Water, Energy, and Air in San Diego

    On March 21-24, 2016 EOS Remediation will be attending the 26th Annual International Conference on Soil, Water, Energy, and Air in San Diego, CA.  EOS Remediation will be located at Booth # 31. EOS will have a poster presentation on Optimizing Electron Donor Distribution for In ...


    By EOS Remediation, LLC

  • Rediscovering sound soil management

    At the same time that demand for food is soaring along with the world’s population, the soil’s ability to sustain and enhance agricultural productivity is becoming increasingly diminished and unreliable. Fortunately, it’s not too late to restore our soil resources. What it will take, say the editors and contributors to a new book, Soil Management: Building a Stable Base for ...

  • Safeguarding our soils for the future

    Measures to protect and improve our soil to meet rising demand for food and to combat climate change have been unveiled by Environment Secretary Hilary Benn. England’s soil has suffered over the last 200 years from the impacts of intensive farming and industrial pollution, and today is under threat from erosion by wind and rain, a loss of organic matter and nutrients, and pressure for ...

  • Soil exhibition inspires

    With an estimated 2 million visitors and 4.3 million hits on the interactive website, “Dig It! The Secrets of Soil” demonstrates the ability of inspiration to channel interest into an exciting, but sometimes confusing science. The lessons of “Dig It!” are now available to inspire the next steps in soil education. Inspiration, rather than teaching, guided the design of “Dig It! The Secrets of ...

  • Impacts of tillage on soil and crops

    The increasing popularity of reduced tillage on crops has not only been an important development in combating soil erosion, but it has also been associated with increasing organic material and producing high crop yields. For peanut crops, however, reduced tillage has not gained a large acceptance as a viable practice, as findings of inconsistent yields have not encouraged farmers to make a switch ...


    By American Society of Agronomy

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