The conditions underground are often very different from the surface due to soil type and recent weather conditions. If you are trying to make important decisions regarding flood conditions or farming operations, just knowing what’s on the surface is not enough.
The Dales Land Net Soil Monitor provides a view of what is going on in the soil layers below the surface.
No data loggers.
Far more affordable than similar spec models.
Data connectivity charge of £24 per unit per year.
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- Field Test at a Corporate Pea FarmWe’ve been invited to place units at a couple fields that are part of a study by reseachers from Hull […]
- Field Tests at the top of the River WharfeLockdown begins later today, so we raced to install 8 soil moisture units plus a rain gauge at Swarthghyll Farm […]
- Field Tests on Ilkley MoorWorking with the Bradford council flood team we were able to install a small cluster of 6 units up on […]
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