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Buried sensors track nitrogen movement

Issue Date: June 18, 2014
By Bob Johnson

In a processing tomato research plot at Russell Ranch outside Davis, a battery of sensors buried in the ground at depths ranging from a foot to nearly seven feet transmits highly detailed information on how much water and nitrogen travels below the root zone, and when.

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