How To Select A Soil Moisture Sensor

April 7, 2021 12:00 pm
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Connor Cunningham

Technical Sales & Project Manager – Jain Monitoring and Control

Precision irrigation improves yields, reduces labor, and conserves water. Using soil moisture meters for irrigation scheduling, especially for agriculture, is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to save water and reduce costs.
 
In this session, we will explain the difference between soil moisture sensors that measure volumetric water content and ones that use soil tension.
We will show each’s pros and cons and help you understand which is best for your application.
 
You will also gain additional knowledge of the basic principles behind irrigation scheduling using the data collected from the moisture in your soil.
Connor Cunningham Photo
Connor Cunningham

Technical Sales & Project Manager – Jain Monitoring and Control

Born and raised in the Central Valley; Connor completed his Biology degree at Fresno state. He has been working in the Ag tech and research spaces for the past 4 years developing various types of projects for a multitude of growers. These projects applied monitoring and control devices to both permanent and row crops across California. He joined the Jain team back in December of 2019 and is based in the Fresno area.

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