If you’re only measuring water content, you may be blind to what your plants are really experiencing. Dr. Colin Campbell discusses how and why scientists combine both water content and water potential for more accurate insights.
Environmental modeling is crucial for making decisions or understanding what’s happening in the field, but it can be an extremely complex and manual process. Not anymore.
Even one small oversight, such as poor installation, can compromise accuracy by up to +/-10%. How can you ensure your data represent what’s really happening at your site?
In this 20-minute webinar, Dr. Doug Cobos discusses insider tips and best practices that will improve your accuracy and save you time, effort, and future headaches.
Dr. Colin Campbell looks at problematic and surprising soil moisture data. In this webinar, he discusses different soil, environmental, and site situations and how to interpret that data effectively.
METER research scientist, Dr. Doug Cobos explores how to choose which system is right for you and the sweet spot for price vs. maintenance vs. accuracy in your unique application.
What happens when you take satellite products and add soil water potential data? METER’s Dr. Colin Campbell explains the formula for prescribing irrigation events that will get you the yields you want.
Going by soil moisture data alone? Other strategies for growers, like plant and weather monitoring, can inform irrigation scheduling decisions.
Uncertainty of rainfall amount and timing can impact how we approach irrigation water management. In humid regions, bringing the soil to full point or field capacity often means lost yield potential. Learn how to maximize yields with the least …
Every irrigator wishes for tools that answer the fundamental questions: when do I turn the water on and when do I turn the water off? The challenge is figuring out the right ones and implementing them effectively.
Soil moisture is more than just knowing the amount of water in soil. Learn basic principles you need to know before deciding how to measure it.
You can improve the quality of your data and lessen the need to search for errors with smarter sensor installation techniques.
Hear from Dr. Doug Cobos on the benefits of using electrical conductivity (EC) measurements along with water content for irrigation scheduling.
Dr. Marc Van Iersel discusses drawbacks of excessive irrigation and strategies to reduce nursery water use to increase profits and quality.
Dr. John Lea Cox discusses strategies to reduce nursery water use and increase yield, profit, efficiency, and quality.