There are a host of factors that influence weather data accuracy, and if you don’t understand what they are, your data can steer you in the wrong direction and put your projects at risk. Don’t unwittingly compromise your weather data by underestimating these factors. The following videos illuminate what these factors are and how to plan for them.
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.
Find out how different weather data sources compare and how those data affect the accuracy of common environmental models used by growers.
In this 30-minute webinar, Dr. Colin Campbell explains how you can unwittingly compromise your data by underestimating important factors.
Dr. Doug Cobos discusses insider tips and best practices that will improve your accuracy and save you time, effort, and future headaches.
Measuring evapotranspiration (ET) to understand water loss from a native or a managed ecosystem is easier than it looks, but you have to know what you’re doing.
Going by soil moisture data alone? Other strategies, like plant and weather monitoring, can inform water management decisions.
We performed a series of tests to see how the ATMOS 41’s air temperature measurement compared to other sensors, and the results were surprising, even to us.
We performed comparison testing for ATMOS 41 vs. high-quality, research-grade non-METER sensors and conducted time-series testing for sensor-to-sensor variability. Here are the results.
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