Soil Moisture and Temperatures

Soil sensors are buried in the ground at the levels indicated below.
Each level has a temperature probe and a moisture sensor.

Moisture is measured in ' cb ' with range of 0 to 200
where 0 being totally saturated and anything over 100 being extremely dry.


Current Planting & Watering Guide

Grass
Depth: Temperature: Planting Status: Moisture: Moisture Status:
10 cm 0.0°C
Too Cold To Plant (< 10 C)
255.0 cb
Dangerously Dry (100+)
20 cm 0.0°C
Too Cold To Plant (< 10 C)
255.0 cb
Dangerously Dry (100+)
40 cm 0.0°C
Too Cold To Plant (< 10 C)
255.0 cb
Dangerously Dry (100+)
60 cm 0.0°C
Too Cold To Plant (< 10 C)
255.0 cb
Dangerously Dry (100+)

Record Soil Temperatures for: February


Depth: Monthly High: Monthly Low:
10 cm -50.0°C on Jan-31 100.0°C on Jan-31
20 cm 0.0°C on Feb-1 0.0°C on Feb-1
40 cm 0.0°C on Feb-1 0.0°C on Feb-1
60 cm 0.0°C on Feb-1 0.0°C on Feb-1

Record Soil Temperatures for: 2020


Depth: Yearly High: Yearly Low:
10 cm -50.0°C on Jan-31 100.0°C on Jan-31
20 cm 0.0°C on Jan-1 0.0°C on Jan-1
40 cm 0.0°C on Jan-1 0.0°C on Jan-1
60 cm 0.0°C on Jan-1 0.0°C on Jan-1

Record Soil Temperatures since: November 27, 2011


Depth: Record High: Record Low:
10 cm -50.0°C on Jan-31-2007 100.0°C on Jan-31-2007
20 cm 0.0°C on Jun-13-2007 0.0°C on Jun-13-2007
40 cm 0.0°C on Jun-13-2007 0.0°C on Jun-13-2007
60 cm 0.0°C on Jun-13-2007 0.0°C on Jun-13-2007

Leaf Wetness Readings


Current 15.0
Daily High -100.0
Daily Low 100.0

Version 1.12 - Sep 01, 2012 - Script by: Wawaweather.net




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