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Root scanner keeps plants healthy

User:JXCTUpload time:Mar 14 2022

As you all know, roots are one of the most important organs in a plant. And can be detected by a root scanner.

Plants absorb water, trace elements and other nutrients needed for growth through their roots. If there is a problem in the roots of plants, then the growth of plants will be affected.

In particular, some pests, such as mole crickets, will eat the roots of crops, which will have a serious negative impact on the growth of crops.

However, the root system of plants is buried under the soil, and its growth state is difficult to be directly observed. So the root scanner with pulse scanning function is needed to observe.

This plant root monitoring system can not only observe the growth state of crop roots. But also monitor the growth state of pests in the soil.

The linkage insect situation monitoring system can realize the three-dimensional monitoring of airborne pests and pests in the soil. And can also organize the pest situation into an intuitive table.

Growers can use this form to accurately understand the pest situation. And then take various measures to prevent the increase of pests.

With the rapid development of smart agriculture, all kinds of intelligent equipment bring greater convenience.

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Plant root growth monitoring:

In addition to the growth of pests in the soil, the root scanner can also achieve dynamic monitoring of root growth status.

Because plant growth is dynamic, you can’t take root images taken a month ago and infer current root growth. That would be a mistake.

The effective feedback can be obtained only when pulse signals are released on time and water content of root system is analyzed in seconds.

Growers can also adjust the intensity of irrigation and fertilization based on feedback, such as when the plant’s roots are weak and it is not suitable to apply high concentrations of fertilizer.

That can lead to root burning, which is not a good thing for the plant.

Similarly, irrigation too often, or with too much water, can lead to less oxygen in the soil.

If the root is weak, it is more likely to rot in the face of this adverse situation, which is also very detrimental to the growth of the plant.