Stop relying on weather data from a station miles away. Get site-specific data for your field.
A new sustainable decontamination method, introduced by professor Masaru Mizoguchi and others, gives farmers of Fukushima Prefecture the opportunity to harvest safe rice on their fields again.
Access to water is often the limiting factor in plant growth. While soil water content—or soil moisture—can tell you how much water is stored in the soil, water potential tells you which way the water will move, and its availability to crops.
Data-gathering starts at the sensor. Make sure your soil moisture data is accurate with proper installation.
Irrigation management—simplified. Perfect water and nutrient management—without losing time and money to issues caused by over irrigation.
An in-depth look at seven basic steps you’ll want to think about as you set up your weather station to obtain the highest quality weather data.
A comparison of common weather monitoring methods, pros and cons, and which technology might apply to different types of field research.
If you want accurate data, correct sensor installation should be your top priority. Poor installation can potentially cause accuracy loss of greater than 10%.