The Stevens Soil Resource Guide

We’re happy to announce the publication of our Soil Resource Guide. Written by the soil experts at Stevens, it contains a wealth of information and will benefit anyone involved with soil. Whether you’re a soil scientist, a farmer or a soil researcher, this 52 page book is a fantastic reference and source of up-to-date theories, practices and advice. 

The guide will make its debut in printed form at the Meteorological Technology World Expo where Stevens will be exhibiting October 9 to 12 in Amsterdam. Its content will also serve as the basis for our Soil Physics Workshop during the event.

However it is now available for download in softcopy (PDF) form, or you can request a printed version be mailed to you.

Here’s a sample of what we cover in the guide:

  • Soil Geomorphology
  • Soil Properties
  • Salinity / Electrical Conductivity (EC)
  • Dielectric Permittivity
  • Soil Monitoring Applications
  • Soil Moisture and Irrigation
  • Soil Sensor Technologies
  • Soil Sensor Calibration
  • Sensor Accuracy
  • …and much more!

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