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Porosity specialises in soil moisture, weather & water monitoring for dryland & irrigated agriculture, horticulture and the environment.

What is Porosity?

PRONUNCIATION: paw-ros-i-tee.
DEFINITION: the ratio of the volume of pores to the total volume. The porosity of soil is determined by texture, structure and compaction.
RELEVANCE TO AGRICULTURE: determines how quickly water infiltrates, how much water is retained for plant use, and how easily roots develop in the soil.

Why use Soil Moisture Monitoring?
  Decision Support Tool
Sensors > Data > Information > Decisions
  Control Yield & Quality
Soil moisture is the most important input that influences plant growth & development.
  Risk Management
Predict when you will run out of water; know when there is too much.
  Save Resources
All inputs can be applied with maximum efficiency; irrigators save 30% water, dryland save 50% fertiliser.

How can POROSITY help you?
  Supply & install ALL types of soil moisture monitoring, from dig-sticks to tension and capacitance sensors.
  Technical support and reliable backup is vital for the accuracy and longevity of the sensors.
  Professional consulting to help you interpret your data into smarter decisions.
  Purchase & rental (including short term) options.

Porosity specialises in soil moisture, weather & water monitoring for dryland & irrigated agriculture, horticulture and the environment.