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How do you monitor soil to improve and protect plant health?

Soil conditions play a major role in plant health.

Many facilities and buildings (indoor and outdoor) use plants to enrich their environments, (including air quality). plants can create better and healthier places for people to work and live. Soil condition is the foundation of healthy plants. A key facet of this health is the ability to monitor and manage soil conditions. Issues such as usage, climate change, contaminants and pollution, weather conditions and water supply, all play a part in soil conditions and the soils ability to produce healthy plants.

Good soil condition is used to describe soils that are not only fertile, but also possess adequate physical and biological properties to sustain productivity, maintain environmental quality, and promote plant and health. Soil monitoring and control can increase soil quality, enabling it to hold more water and nutrients, increase growth, suppress pests and weeds, sequester carbon from the atmosphere, and clean any water that flows through it.

Soil quality plays a major role in plant health.
Soil quality plays a major role in plant health.

Soil quality plays a major role in plant health.

Many facilities and buildings (indoor and outdoor) use plants to enrich their environments, (including air quality). plants can create better and healthier places for people to work and live. Soil condition is the foundation of healthy plants. A key facet of this health is the ability to monitor and manage soil conditions. Issues such as usage, climate change, contaminants and pollution, weather conditions and water supply, all play a part in soil conditions and the soils ability to produce healthy plants.

Good soil condition is used to describe soils that are not only fertile, but also possess adequate physical and biological properties to sustain productivity, maintain environmental quality, and promote plant and health. Soil monitoring and control can increase soil quality, enabling it to hold more water and nutrients, increase growth, suppress pests and weeds, sequester carbon from the atmosphere, and clean any water that flows through it.

Continuous monitoring of soil can help plants to improve surrounding environments.

Continuous monitoring of soil can help plants to improve surrounding environments.

Continuous monitoring of soil helps ensure ongoing plant health. Highly accurate and reliable sensors are placed in the plant’s soil to measure parameters such as temperature and moisture. The data is transferred to an easy to use dashboard, accessed from any connected device including mobile. Alerts can be set to ensure parameters for plant health are maintained. The solutions also enable integration to third party equipment, such as irrigation controllers through RS232. Adroit can deploy large quantities of cost-efficient wireless sensors across installations such as office buildings, commercial installations, public spaces and any other planting situation (indoor or outdoor).

Adroit soil monitoring solutions are suitable for:

Building management

Building management

Indoor environment

Indoor environments

Our most popular soil monitoring kits

DRAGINO SOIL MOISTURE AND TEMPERATURE LORAWAN 5 SENSOR KIT

DRAGINO SOIL MOISTURE AND TEMPERATURE LORAWAN 5 SENSOR KIT

ADROIT SOIL TEMPERATURE/MOISTURE, TEMPERATURE/HUMIDITY/LIGHT – 10 SENSOR KIT

Tektelic soil sensor x10

For more information about Adroit soil monitoring solutions contact us now.

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