If you’re only measuring weather data to assess crop performance, you might be missing essential performance indicators in your variety trials. Understanding the full picture of the environment makes it easier to advance the right varieties—and avoid wasting resources on bad selections.
To assess plant stress tolerance accurately, you'll need to characterize ALL environmental stressors. And that takes time—which you definitely don’t have enough of. That’s why we make easy-to-use, research-grade measurement solutions for more accurate measurements in less time.
Spend more time on what matters. ZENTRA is a complete, turnkey system of environmental sensors, loggers, and software that are easily deployed and put near-real-time data at your fingertips—so you can make the right decisions—without all the hassle.
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What is soil moisture? The science behind the measurement
Why measure water potential?
Remote weather stations and weather instruments: Best practices for higher quality data
“Of all of the soil sensors we tested, the Teros 12 not only provided the most accurate readings, but now in production they have also survived our vigorous process. Outstanding product.”
- Ruben Rascon, Bayer Crop Science
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- Long-life soil moisture, temperature, and EC sensor
- Increased volume of influence (1010 mL)
- Robust, epoxy body for tough field conditions
- Full-range soil water potential sensor
- Accurate. Easy to use. No recalibration.
- Onboard temperature measurement
- Automated 15-minute real-time data uploads
- 3 year subscription included
- Simple setup
Improve Your Plant Study: 3 Types of Environmental Data You May Be Missing
You may be missing key insights about the true environment of your plant study. Application expert Holly Lane teaches how to better understand the environment your plants are growing in and the stresses they're exposed to.