Delivering Precise Soil Conditions for Efficient Crop and Turf Management

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View Research Accepted article: Evaluation of the Acclima True TDR-315 by the USDA Dr. Robert Schwartz USDA Agricultural Research Service, Bushland, Texas True TDR
View Research Response of Acclima Digital TDT & reg. probe to Soil Moisture and Electrical Conductivity Diganta Adhikari and Dave Goorahoo California State University Soil Moisture Sensor
View Research Effect of Temperature and Salinity on the Precision and Accuracy of Landscape Irrigation Soil Moisture Sensor Systems Cardenas-Lailhacar, B. and Dukes, M. University of Florida Soil Moisture Sensor and Suspended Cycle Controller
View Research Standardizing characterization of Electromagnetic Water Content Sensors J.M Blonquist Jr., S.B. Jones, D.A. Robinson Utah State University Soil Moisture Sensor
View Research A time domain transmission sensor with TDR performance characteristics J.M Blonquist Jr., S.B. Jones, D.A. Robinson Utah State University Soil Moisture Sensor
View Research Standardizing Characterization of Electromagnetic Water Content Sensors: Part 2. Methodology J.M Blonquist Jr., S.B. Jones, D.A. Robinson Utah State University Soil Moisture Sensor
View Research Improved Agricultural Irrigation Scheduling Using a Soil Water Content Sensor Jordan L. Varble, José L.Chávez Colorado State University Soil Moisture Sensor
View Research Performance Evaluation of Selected Soil Moisture Sensors José L.Chávez, Jordan L. Varble, Allan A. Andales Colorado State University Soil Moisture Sensor
View Research Using Soil Water Sensors To Improve Irrigation Management José L.Chávez and Steven R. Evett Colorado State University and the USDA Agricultural Research Service Soil Moisture Sensor
View Research Sensor-Based Automation of Irrigation of Bermudagrass Bernard Cardenas-Lailhacar University of Florida Suspended Cycle Series Controller (formerly known as the RS500)
View Research Tools for Turfgrass Irrigation Water Management Garry Grabow, Ph.D, PE North Carolina State University Water On Demand CS3500 and SCX
View Research Monitoring of Nitrate Leaching in Sandy Soils: Comparison of Three Methods Lincoln Zotarelli, Johannes M. Scholberg, Michael D. Dukes, and Rafael Munoz-Carpena University of Florida Suspended Cycle Series Controller (formerly known as the RS500)
View Research Irrigation and Nitrogen Best Management Practices Under Drip Irrigated Vegetable Production. Michael D. Dukes, Lincoln Zotarelli, Johannes M. S. Scholberg, Rafael Munoz-Carpena University of Florida Suspended Cycle Series Controller (formerly known as the RS500)
View Research A Novel Electromagnetic Soil Moisture Sensor for Automated Irrigation Scheduling J.M. Blonquist Jr., S.B. Jones, D.A. Robinson Utah State University Suspended Cycle Series Controller (formerly known as the RS500)
View Research Four-Year Evaluation of Soil Moisture-Based on-demand Irrigation Controllers: Final Report Michael D. Dukes, Bernard Cardenas-Lailhacar, Grady L. Miller University of Florida and North Carolina State University Suspended Cycle Series Controller (formerly known as the RS500)