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Webinar - June 6, 2013

Soil Moisture Sensor Networks in Greenhouse Applications Lead to Increased Yields and Improved Quality

 

Professor John Lea-Cox, University of Maryland Professor and State Research and Extension Specialist for the Nursery and Greenhouse industry in Maryland, presents techniques for using soil moisture sensor networks to monitor and control irrigation events in nursery and greenhouse applications. He discusses how set-point control leads not only to water savings, but also:

  • Increased yields
  • Improved quality of the product
  • A more efficient and profitable operation

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