April 22, 2010 by Dr. Doug Cobos
Dielectric soil moisture sensors are used all over the world to measure soil water content for water balances, irrigation scheduling strategies, and other plant-soil-atmosphere continuum studies. However, understanding how the instruments actually measure soil moisture will greatly enhance your ability to interpret your data. This virtual seminar will explore:
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