Precise microclimate data for crop protection and improved yields
Today’s orchard and vineyard management landscape continues to evolve in order to meet growing economic and environmental challenges. Tasked with increasing productivity and optimizing irrigation while lowering costs and conserving water, vineyard managers and fruit growers have turned to precision agriculture to gain a thorough understanding of their entire operation, from microclimate and soil conditions to storage environments.
HOBO remote monitoring systems give you valuable insights into field and facility conditions, and access to local IPM and crop production tools to enhance decision-making with forecasting models that prevent loss, maximize yields, and conserve valuable resources.
Gauge natural rainfall to avoid overwatering and conserve resources
Enhance risk assessment and improve disease control
Apply herbicides during safe conditions
Light (Solar Radiation)
Confirm plants are getting the solar radiation essential for growth
Optimize irrigation and conserve water
Determine water retention and moisture patterns to optimize irrigation
Comprehensive crop monitoring—from weather to soil
Combine the HOBO MicroRX Remote Weather Station with a powerful network of wireless HOBOnet multi-depth soil moisture and temperature sensors and gain valuable insights into soil conditions across the full root. Plus, easily integrate your data into local IPM and decision-making tools like NEWA to assess disease or pest risks, improve irrigation efficiency, and reduce water usage.