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Delta-T Devices has been a leading manufacturer of Soil Science, Agronomy and Meteorology instruments since 1971. The market leading WET Sensor for substrate moisture and EC measurements is relied upon by growers around the world to optimise conditions and maximise yields. Our new SM150T brings the same world beating quality to field soil moisture determination and is ideal for integration into third party monitoring and control systems : low power, simple 0-1V output, 5 year warranty. The PR2 Profile Probe offers a unique combination of accurate moisture measurements down to a depth of 1metre that can be used as a static or portable device. For substrate water tension the soon to be released FT1 Tensiometer brings a new level of monitoring coir, with particular success in mushroom production under precision irrigation using the advanced Delta-T GP2 Control Logger. Hear more at the Open Innovations Theatre (Wednesday 12:10)

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