Do biSensors work in a desert climate?
Posted by Leanne Lloyd-Fairey on 06 August 2015 12:57 PM

In a desert climate, the surface of the soil dries out quickly, but adequate moisture is often available in the root zone of adapted plants. If you are serious about conserving water and maintaining healthy plants in a desert climate, a soil moisture sensor is a valuable tool.

Without a soil moisture sensor, you have to continually monitor your plants for signs of stress and make assumptions about the cause, and then base your remedies on those assumptions. The soil moisture sensor eliminates the need for constant monitoring and guesswork based on general observations.