Topics: Sap Flow, Plant Water Potential, Soils and Remote Monitoring/Wireless Networks
When: 14th to the 16th November, 2017. 9am to 5pm.
Location: ICT International Head Office, Armidale, NSW, Australia.
RSVP: By 31st October 2017 through the ICT website or by contacting us on +61 267 726770
Cost: $550 + Accommodation
ICT International will be conducting workshops globally throughout 2017 which will be focused on plant water use monitoring and the applications to either commercial crop production or pure research science.
The SFM1 Sap Flow Meter, HFD8 Multipoint Radial Profiling Sap Flow Meter, PSY1 Stem Psychrometer for measuring non-destructive plant water potential and ICT International wireless systems for Precision Agriculture & Horticulture will be discussed. The workshops will focus on the practical application with hands on training in installation, data collection & interpretation.
Subject to interest, there will be discussion of ROI (return on investment) for adoption of this technology in irrigation decision making & horticultural production. Commercial applications that will be discussed include: citrus, grapes, almonds, macadamia & nursery management. These will be case studies of actual outcomes of deployment in commercial production systems.
In depth training of SFM1, HFD8 & PSY1 methods in regard to scientific experimentation will be undertaken in the scientific workshops.
The workshops are targeted to research scientists or commercial producers. ICT can and does offer “in house” or “on-site” workshops for corporate agribusiness by arrangement.
2014 Thermal Properties of Soil
Soil Water Content Measurement Methods and Field Applications
Water Potential in Soils
WP4C and Wind Schindler SWCC
Plant Water Relations 7-2014
Resource capture with radiation measurements copy
Powerpoint presentations listed in Alphabetical order
Apogee Instruments Overview
Apogee: Measuring Radiation
Decagon Weather Station
ICT & Salinity
Instruments for Drought Experiments
Irrigation Management Strategies for Nursery Trees Based on Plant Water Status Measured with Automated Stem Psychrometers (IHC 2014)
Measuring the efficacy of mycorrhizae in reducing drought stress in transplanted trees using Automated Stem Psychrometers (IHC 2014)
Monitoring Trees Around Structures
Plant and Soil Water Potential Presentation
Plant Water Use and “Behaviour”
PSY Perth Presentation February 2012
Resource capture with radiation measurements
Sap Flow Workshop 2013
Significant HFD Research
Soil Moisture Content
Soil Water Potential
Thermal Conductivity Enhancement of Nanofluids
Workshop-Temperature (Houston, October 2008)