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AgriHouse releases the SG-1000 Leaf Sensor June 15, 2009

Posted by aeroponicsman in Leaf Sensor.

It’s here – the new Leaf Sensor that tells humans – “I’m Thirsty!”

AgriHouse's Leaf Sensor

AgriHouse's SG-1000 Leaf Sensor

AgriHouse released its beta version of the SG-1000 Leaf Sensor and Trending Software for precision irrigation control.  Now horticulture and agriculture researchers, students, farmers, and ag professionals can monitor in real-time water moisture in plants / crops and control irrigation systems automatically from a personal computer.

This exclusive smart sensor technology includes leaf sensors, trending software, data acquisition module, and a USB cable.

SG-1000 Leaf Sensor and Trending Software Features:
* Real-time leaf turgidity reading
* USB interface (PC)
* Software: Proprietary Executable code
* Non-intrusive & non-damaging to plants
* 24/7 operation
* Activate watering systems
* Water resistant design

The SG-1000 Leaf Sensor and Trending Software was funded and developed by AgriHouse under a National Science Foundation (NSF) research grant to help monitor, control and conserve water. This green technology (smart sensor) leaf sensor has been featured on TV and radio worldwide.

For more information visit Leaf-Sensor


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