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Measure Soil Moisture Remotely

Measure Soil Moisture Remotely

Web-based monitoring is coming of age with Aqua Trac from Ag Sense.

You would be curious about this product whether you irrigate or not. If you irrigate you could put it to immediate use to help you do a better job of getting water where it needs to be. Aqua Trac soil moisture monitoring is Web-based, and allows you to view soil moisture readings on dozens of probes from anywhere. It works with several types of common probes, giving you measurements at four to six depths, depending upon the probe. View moisture levels on WagNet pages or a smartphone. Contact Ag Sense, Huron, SD, at 605-3532-8350 or www.agsense.com.

MOISTURE MONITOR: Ag Sense offers remote monitoring of soil moisture using probes and a Web-based data storage system.

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