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Australian device for detecting irrigation's effects is coming to U.S.

publication date: Sep 1, 2004
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Almost every one on earth who lives where rainfall is sporadic applies water to plants be it to a few flowers in a small garden bed, a lawn, trees in an orchard or to a 250 acre field of broccoli, yet very few of us have any understanding of how the water is travelling down through the soil or how efficiently it is being used by the plants. We also have no idea of just when the water we have applied has gone below the root zone of the plants only to be wasted or to result in downstream pollution.
The FullStop™ wetting front detector is a new tool that will give answers to all of us who water plants.

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