In recent years, agriculture has undergone a revolution as innovative technologies have been developed and adopted to increase productivity while reducing environmental impacts. One of the most significant advances in farming is the convergence of precision agriculture with smart technologies, creating a more data-integrated approach to food production. In this article, we explore advanced tools for precision farming that are changing the landscape of agriculture in the age of smart agriculture.
To monitor soil moisture, a soil moisture sensor can be used to determine whether to irrigate stop irrigation based on the data. To ensure that the soil moisture is suitable for crop growth.
The soil moisture sensor system is composed of a stainless steel probe and a waterproof probe. It can be buried in the soil and dams for a long time to conduct fixed-point monitoring. And online measurement of the surface and deep soil moisture. Used in conjunction with a data collector, it can be used as a tool for fixed-point water monitoring or mobile measurement to measure soil volumetric water content. It is mainly used for soil moisture detection, agricultural irrigation and forestry protection.
Soil moisture sensor is mainly used to measure the relative water content of soil, do soil moisture monitoring and agricultural irrigation and forestry protection. The soil moisture sensor uses the FDR frequency domain reflection principle. FDR (Frequency Domain Reflectometry) is an instrument used to measure soil moisture. It uses the principle of electromagnetic pulses to measure the apparent permittivity of the soil according to the frequency of electromagnetic waves propagating in the medium, thereby obtaining the relative moisture content of the soil. , FDR has the advantages of simple and safe, fast and accurate, fixed-point continuous, automatic, wide range, less calibration and so on. It is a recommended soil moisture measuring instrument.