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soil matric potential Equipment

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    Delta-T - Model EQ3 - Equitensiometer

    The EQ3 uses class leading ThetaProbe technology to avoid the many problems of water-filled tensiometers. It measures water potential (matric potential) in the range 0 to -1000 kPa and provides an accurate loggable output. It is particularly well suited for use in dry soils.

    By Delta-T Devices Ltd. based in Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM. from Soil Science - Soil Water Potential Product line

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    TensioMark - Matric Potential Sensor

    The TensioMark measures the soil water potential or matric potential. The soil matric potential is the pressure it takes to pull water out of the soil and is an indicator of stress to plants and crops, can be used to determine soil water fluxes and available water held in the soil. Water equilibrates with the ceramic tip portion of the sensor ...

    By Stevens Water Monitoring Systems, Inc. based in Portland, OREGON (USA). from Soil Sensors Product line

  • Tensiometers

    These modernized tensiometers, built by German company UMS, are THE most accurate way to measure soil matric potential. Thanks to precision engineering, meticulous construction, and fanatical attention to detail, they have terrific accuracy and a range that (with a skilled operator) can extend beyond -200 kPa.

    By Decagon Devices, Inc. based in Pullman, WASHINGTON (USA). from Water Potential Sensors Product line

  • Irrigation Monitoring System

    Know When to Turn it On: Most irrigation systems rely exclusively on soil moisture sensors. Soil moisture sensors can't tell you how much of the water that's present is actually available to plants. This system uses an MPS-1 matric potential sensor to measure plant available water so you know when to turn the water ON. Know When to Turn it Off: ...

    By Decagon Devices, Inc. based in Pullman, WASHINGTON (USA). from Environmental Monitoring Systems Product line

  • Glyphosate HS ELISA Test Kit (Magnetic Particle Based)

    Glyphosate, N-(phosphonomethyl)-glycine, is the active component of many widely used herbicides. The compound is adsorbed by plant leaves and acts by preventing the synthesis of essential amino acids. When Glyphosate comes into contact with soil it adsorbs strongly onto soil particles. Unbound Glyphosate is rapidly degraded by microbial activity ...

    By Biosense Laboratories AS based in Bergen, NORWAY.

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