- A “game-changing” soil station that provides real-time insights into what is going on beneath the soil and enables farmers to cut fertiliser inputs by up to 70% is launched in the UK at the LAMMA show
The next generation Paul-Tech soil stations combine real-time proprietary soil sensor data (installed at two levels in the soil), with weather and satellite data to provide simple, actionable insights for farmers.
Paul-Tech soil stations deliver real-time nutrient levels, nutrient availability and soil water availability in combination with agronomical know-how and gives automated recommendations for growers in a simple web solution. The digital dashboard allows them to make accurate decisions on crop inputs and irrigation, ensuring crops can perform to their full potential.
One of the first farmers to use the technology in the UK is Peter Nowak, from TLC Sussex, who partnered with Paul-Tech to trial the system and says the data and insights provided by the soil station have created significant savings on fertiliser and delivered more resilient crops.