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AquaSpy Webinar

Targeting the Active Root Zone to Improve Crop Health's deeper dive into how monitoring water usage through AquaSpy's probes can increase yields by 10-40%, and inevitably saving money on labor and water. Being able to make precise irrigation decisions easily relieves stress on the grower and helps them "listen to the crop."

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Targeting the Active Root Zone to Improve Crop Health
Targeting the Active Root Zone to Improve Crop Health

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AquaSpy Webinar

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NOTICE: This webinar was originally scheduled for Dec. 17th. We are extremely sorry to notify you that we will be rescheduling this webinar for the month of January. 

AquaSpy has provided their soil moisture monitoring probes for the Smart Orchard Project. These probes don't leave any guessing for the grower as they track crop behavior of both water and nutrients up to 48 inches! Utilizing AquaSpy's unique view of focusing on the Active Root Zone allows growers to maximize crop health and yields. Join us for this exciting webinar to learn how AquaSpy and joined forces at Chiawana Orchards to consolidate agronomic technology and supportive data to improve the growers bottom line. To learn more about Soil & Irrigation Sensor Partners, click the link to read our past blog.

600,000 acres managed, 5,500 probes in operation, 1 Billion+ data points collected

10-40% Yield Increase

Their data shows the most direct impact to Superior Yields is assuring that water and nutrients exist in the 

Active Root Zone (ARZ), when and where the plant attempts to uptake these vital elements.

  • Introduce, participating companies and affiliates (AquaSpy)
  • Allow grower to discuss their operations and dilemmas faced within irrigation management
  • Have AquaSpy discuss their applications to growers dilemmas
  • discuss our correlation to this sensor and how our dashboard compliments the activities
  • Questionnaire for participants
  • Q/A
  • Closing

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