Soil Characterization

The soil - water - plant relationship is of utmost importance for irrigation. Knowing this relationship saves resources that are scarce, such as time and money.

Soil mapping for irrigation

Soil hydrodynamics

Interpretation of results for planning and irrigation management

The survey of soils consists in the study, identification, collection, analysis and interpretation of data regarding the properties and interrelationships that characterize and define a specific soil. The soil - water - plant relationship is of utmost importance for irrigation. Knowing this relationship saves resources that are scarce, such as time and money. When making the interpretation of results from a soil survey we can better plan for very high efficiency irrigation management. This allows you to select what kind of crops and agricultural practices should be used in the studied plots for an optimised result.