The importance of pH to plants
Monitoring soil pH is an important part of maintaining crop health. The optimal soil environment for plant growth is usually between 5.5 and 6.5. Although some plants may thrive in more acidic or alkaline soils. In addition, soil nutrients are closely related to soil pH. In fact, proper pH control can enhance the utilization of soil nutrients by plants. To achieve effective fertilizer efficiency. In addition to nutrients, the pH of the soil also affects the presence of toxic elements, the structure of certain soils, and the activity of soil bacteria. Finally, the bacterial activity that contributes to fertilizer utilization was optimized from pH 5.5 to 7.0. The soil pH sensor in soil sensor for agriculture can measure the pH value of soil.
How to detect soil pH
You can use the Jingxuntong soil ph sensor to monitor the soil ph value. The product adopts FDR measurement method. You can choose RS485, 4-20ma, 0-5V, 0-10V, 4G, NB-iot, LoRa, Ethernet and other output methods to view data. Supports continuous monitoring when buried in the soil for a long time, and the use cost is low. It is convenient for large-scale and large-scale use. Soil PH detector is widely used in greenhouses, scientific experiments, flower and vegetable planting, water-saving irrigation, agricultural planting, animal husbandry, environmental monitoring, sewage treatment and other fields. It plays a huge role in the development of smart agriculture and environmental monitoring.
soil sensor for agriculture The probe must be in full contact with the soil to ensure the accuracy of the data. Only test soil and soil. In order to improve the accuracy of the test results, please use the multi-point test method to get the average value during the test. When using, be careful not to touch the stone at the test point, and do not use excessive force, otherwise the electrode will be easily damaged. It is not suitable to be inserted into the soil for a long time, as it is easy to oxidize. After the measurement is completed, wipe the dirt particles on the surface of the probe with gauze in time to keep the probe dry.