ICT International’s unique family of digital sensors and data loggers have been developed to measure key plant and soil parameters for the advancement of plant and soils research, to address physiological limitations, to water availability, climate change, evaluation of plant genetics, breeding programs or fundamental understanding of plant function.
They have been installed to measure plant water use (sap flow), plant water potential (psychrometer), soil moisture and soil water potential to determine the effects of climate and environmental change across the world including; the Brazilian rainforests
, the “world’s tallest trees” in California
, mine site rehabilitation in Australia and Peru
, greenhouse tomato production in Australia
and the effects of elevated CO2 on plant water use and hydraulic conductivity