LeafMon Technology will Revolutionize Crop Irrigation
Cermetek today announced new sensor technology, LeafMon. LeafMon allows growers for the first time to base irrigation decisions on a measure of plant hydration. Traditionally, growers irrigated on a schedule. More recently soil moisture sensors have enabled growers to irrigate only when the ground is dry. Now, LeafMon technology collects and analyzes new sensor data growers can use to base irrigation decisions on plant conditions. This technology will substantially reduce water use and permit the grower to maintain their plants in near ideal conditions that maximize crop quality and yield. LeafMon has been designed with the ultimate goal of empowering farmers to manage irrigation on a plant by plant basis for the most economic use of their available water resource.
The LeafMon technology was developed under a US Department of Agriculture grant. Cermetek expects to ship the first LeafMon products by late spring 2015. The initial products will target three of California’s highest value crops: almonds, grapes and walnuts.LeafMon Sales Sheet
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AquaMon : Wireless Sensor Network
AquaMon wireless soil monitoring system promises high crop yields with Less Water. AquaMon allows active monitoring of the soil. Knowledge of soil conditions is essential to achieve high crop yield with less water. Download the AquaMon whitepaper to learn more about this Precision Farming tool.
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