Predictable Yields Using Remote and Field Monitoring
What happens when you take satellite products and add soil water potential data? Dr. Colin Campbell explains the formula for prescribing irrigation events that will get you the yields you want.
New data sources offer tools for growers to optimize production in the field. But the task of implementing them is often difficult. Research work is underway and offers a guide on how data from soil and space can work together to make the job of irrigation scheduling easier.
Join us for this webinar with METER’s Dr. Colin Campbell as he explains the formula for prescribing irrigation events that will get you the yields you want.
Dr. Colin Campbell has been a research scientist at METER for 19 years following his Ph.D. at Texas A&M University in Soil Physics. He is currently serving as Vice President of METER Environment. He is also adjunct faculty with the Dept. of Crop and Soil Sciences at Washington State University where he co-teaches Environmental Biophysics, a class he took over from his father, Gaylon, nearly 20 years ago. Dr. Campbell’s early research focused on field-scale measurements of CO2 and water vapor flux but has shifted toward moisture and heat flow instrumentation for the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum.