Before the use of traditional soil testing equipment to detect soil moisture content, testing personnel mainly use dry weighing method, tensimeter method, dielectric property method and other measurement methods to monitor soil moisture. However, in the actual soil moisture detection work, you will find that these detection methods are difficult to meet the current situation of different measurement sites or different soil properties. Therefore, more efficient and accurate soil moisture detection instruments are needed. With the development of science and technology, soil moisture sensor is an important soil detection instrument for measuring soil moisture. At present, the instrument has become an indispensable instrument in the study and measurement of soil moisture content.
In agricultural planting, soil moisture sensor is usually used to manage soil moisture and guide the irrigation work in agricultural planting. It is an indispensable soil detecting instrument in agricultural planting. In the process of modern agricultural cultivation, it is commonly used in smart agriculture, field cultivation, herbal cultivation, horticulture and other fields. For example, soil moisture sensors are needed to plan planting projects and manage soil moisture during three-dimensional farming.
Three-dimensional planting is an agricultural planting method that can improve space utilization. It is necessary to plan agricultural planting and methods reasonably according to the characteristics of local planting areas, and adopt intercropping method to maximize the use of planting space. Planning a stereo planting project requires a good understanding of the acreage and a variety of instruments to help understand environmental data, such as soil moisture meters.
Soil moisture sensors can be used to obtain soil moisture data for various land heights, such as soil moisture content at the foot of a mountain and soil moisture content at the side of a mountain. Suitable crops are identified based on current soil monitoring data, and crops of higher economic value are selected for planting based on local climate and environmental data. After planning the types of crops to be planted and the types of aquatic products to be planted, the soil of each growing area is monitored and managed to ensure the survival rate of planted plants.