USA email@example.com METER Food: +1.509.332.5601 METER Environment: +1. 509.332.5600
EUROPE firstname.lastname@example.org METER Food: +49 89 12 66 52 36 METER Environment: +49 89 12 66 52 0
Ask a question
Find product information and support materials here.
Request a quote
Designed for field-use, the TEROS 32 tensiometer ceramic and shaft are engineered to be virtually indestructible when it comes to harsh weather.
With the WP4C, soil moisture release curves in the dry range have never been easier.
Direct phone: +1.509.332.5984 Support: email@example.com Sales: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date April 27, 2021 Time 9:00 am PDT Speaker Holly Lane
If you’re measuring the wrong parameters, it may take you twice as long to figure out which plant variety to advance, and worse, you ultimately risk selecting the wrong type. Drought studies are notoriously difficult to replicate because often plant scientists don’t measure the right soil parameters to quantify drought.
To accurately assess plant stress tolerance, you must characterize all environmental stressors. And you can’t do that if you’re only looking at above-ground weather data. In this webinar, expert Holly Lane discusses data you may not be collecting that will optimize and improve the quality of your plant study.