Sentek soil moisture, salinity and temperature probes form a key part of numerous wide-ranging research studies. These include inter alia. irrigation and fertilizer efficiency trials; agronomic and horticultural practices; genetic root growth impacts; soil biota health; hydrological studies; model improvement and validation.
Most research studies where soil or growing media is part of the study benefit from the insights gained from the dynamics of water movement and use in the soil.
The links below include a small sample of published research papers. A google search using terms Sentek and combinations EnviroSCAN; EasyAG; Drill Drop plus key words, related to your research area of interest, will likely unearth research work related to your particular interest.
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Agriculture & Agricultural Research
- Peach Tree Response To Single And Combined Deficit Irrigation Regimes In Deep Soils – Authors: J. Girona, M. Gelly, M. Mata, A. Arbone`s, J. Rufat, J. Marsal
- Improvement Of Drought Resistance In Rice – Authors: R. Serraj, A. Kumar, K. L. McNally, I. Slamet-Loedin, R. Bruskiewich, R. Mauleon, J. Cairns,,k and R. J. Hijmans
- Evaluation Of EnviroSCAN Capacitance Probes For Monitoring Soil Moisture In Center Pivot Irrigated Potatoes – Authors: Alva, A.K., Collins, H.P., Fraisse, C. & Boydston, R.A.
- Real-Time Soil Water Dynamics Using Multisensor Capacitance Probes: Laboratory Calibration – Authors: I.C.Paltineanu, J.L.Starr: USDA-ARS