Dew point: How wireless measuring at plant level can prevent wetting
The dew point is crucial for growers. With the right information about the dew point you can prevent the wetting of crops. You can keep diseases such as mildew and Botrytis out of the greenhouse.
Experienced growers know from their instincts when things get exciting. Supported by the climate computer, it is easy to estimate when the crop will wet. Nevertheless, growers are often unpleasantly surprised by suddenly occurring condensation. Thanks to the sensors of 30MHz you can measure at crop level. This allows you to prevent your crop from wetting based on data.
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Infosheet | Reduce disease pressure: provide insight on dew point.
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