Agricultural producers could, in the future, make use of better forecasts to more efficiently irrigate their fields using a Purdue University-developed technology that could more accurately sense soil moisture below the surface through measuring the reflections of communication satellite signals.
“The reflectivity of the surface is a function of the soil moisture, and that allows us to quantify the amount of moisture in the soil so, if necessary, growers can take corrective acti
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