Redshield Technology, an Iowa-based technology company focusing exclusively on soil testing equipment, recently introduced their portable soil testing machine, SoilSens, at InfoAg 2013 in Springfield, Illinois.
Stacey Schildroth with Redshield Technology Inc., introduces the company's new SoilSens instant soil nitrogen tester, a portable machine that tests soil nitrate levels by mixing soil with de-ionized water and then detects nitrate ions in the water.
SoilSens, a patent-pending portable machine to test for nitrate nitrogen, fits easily into the back of a truck or utility vehicle, providing instant and reliable information about the nitrogen content in the soil.
SoilSens works by mixing a fresh soil sample with de-ionized water. The water flows through the sample, picking up nitrate ions from the soil along the way. A sensor measures the number of nitrate ions present. The entire process takes less than 5 minutes.
“SoilSens is a tool that provides growers with additional information to help them make informed decisions about what’s best for their fields,” says Stacey Schildroth, owner of Redshield Technology. “Aside from the weather, the most important determinant to a healthy corn crop is getting the nitrogen application right. That’s where SoilSens comes in.”
Additional highlights include a built-in GPS to record the soil sample location along with the soil nitrate level and a file management system to track the data and export it to farm management programs.
SoilSens was developed by Redshield Technology, located in North Liberty, Iowa. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.redshieldtech.com.
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