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Sensor based irrigation monitoring and control

2020 04 01 11 00 Sensor based irrigation monitoring and control

In this webinar, Dr. Mengmeng (Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service) briefly described her two projects on using sensor-based irrigation monitoring and control at Magnolia Garden Nursery (funded by Texas Department of Agriculture Specialty Crop Block Grant) and Rancho Encino Farm (funded by Texas Water Development Board). Dr. John Lea-Cox, Professor at University of Maryland discussed moisture sensor-based irrigation monitoring and control, how that saves water and improve plant health and potential cost benefits.
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