agri monitoring system

agri control system

irrigation controller smart watering sprinkler controller


automatic weather station

agri weather station

portable weather station

rainfall monitoring system

wind speed sensor


smart watering systems

sprinkler irrigation

drip irrigation

water fertilizer machine

irrigation controller

Plant monitor

spore trap monitoring

pest monitoring system

root scanner

fruit stem growth monitor

Soil sensor

soil all sensor

soil conductivity sensor

soil npk sensor

soil sensor precise

soil sensor portable


Evolution of Soil Sensor Networks for Environmental Applications

Soil monitoring has come a long way since its inception, with technological advancements driving innovation in the field. One of the most significant developments in recent years has been the evolution of soil sensor networks, which offer a more comprehensive and integrated approach to soil monitoring.

Increasing Crop Productivity with High-Tech Soil Sensor Networks

Farming practices are constantly evolving, with new technologies being introduced to help grow crops more efficiently and sustainably. One such technology is soil sensor networks, which have the potential to revolutionize how we monitor and manage crop growth. Through advanced sensing and data analysis techniques, high-tech soil sensor networks are enabling farmers to make data-driven decisions that increase crop productivity and reduce waste.

What effect does soil moisture have on agricultural planting?

Soil moisture sensor

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.