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Soil moisture sensor
This time of year, growers often ask, “When should I stop irrigating?” It is an important question because terminating irrigation too early could lead to lower crop yields, while over-irrigating is a waste of water and money.
So how should you determine when it is time to stop irrigating? Keep reading to find out!
Family man and crop consultant, Jason Little spoke to the importance of soil moisture sensors and precision ag.
Why is knowing what your farm's soil water holding capacity beneficial to you? Find out what you need to be doing to optimize your crop production.
Here at Trellis, we understand growers use many different methods to manage their irrigation. While some methods have been used and trusted for generations, newer methods, often involving the use of technology, are proving to be more effective. Understandably, many farmers question if new technology is really going to help them in the long run. Thankfully for us, the University of Georgia’s (UGA’s) Precision Agriculture Team did the dirty work for us.
After speaking with over 500 growers and consultants, two irrigation mistakes stood out to me: over-irrigation and the lack of precision irrigation.
Another day, another kind of sensor. Want to get started with soil moisture sensors but not sure which one to choose? Check out this post!