The "Soil data" section allows you to monitor the soil moisture and temperature for your fields.
You can get the following data for the selected polygon:

Current soil data

  1. Go to the "Weather data" section.

    • In this section, on the right-hand side of the screen, you can see a vertical menu with a list of your polygons (displayed below).
      If you want to learn how to create a polygon, please follow this link.

  2. Click on the selected polygon.

    • The current data for this polygon will be displayed under the map in the "Current soil data" part (displayed below).


Legend

"Current soil data" module contains the following data:

  1. T10 - Temperature at 10 centimetres depth (Celsius)

  2. T0 - Surface temperature (Celsius)

  3. Moisture - Soil moisture (m3/m3)

Historical soil data

  1. Go to the "Weather data" section, "Soil data" tab.

    • In this section, on the right-hand side of the screen, there is a menu with a list of all your polygons.
      If you want to learn how to create a polygon, please follow this link.

  2. Click on the selected polygon.

    • The Historical soil data chart is displayed under the map (displayed below).

    • The chart displays three curves:

      • T10 - Temperature at 10 centimetres depth (Celsius)

      • T0 - Surface temperature (Celsius)

      • Moisture - Soil moisture (m3/m3)

  3. To select or remove curves from the chart, just click on their names on the right-hand side.


Legend

  1. The Y-axis (left) is the numerical value of soil temperature.

  2. The Y-axis (right) is the numerical value of soil moisture.

  3. The X-axis represents dates.






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