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Ensure your plants are well hydrated and healthy at all times by using the Bond 9629 Soil Moisture Meter. This product provides an accurate and easy way to measure the amount of moisture in the soil, so you'll know when best to water. This 3-way soil meter also helps you determine if plants are getting enough light as well as measuring the pH level in the soil. The package includes instructions for use. This soil water meter does not require batteries.
Bond 9629 Soil Moisture Meter, 3-Way:
- Moisture meter is an accurate and easy way to measure the moisture content of the soil and lets you know when to water
- 3-way soil meter helps you determine if the plant is getting adequate light
- Helps you control the PH level in the soil
- Instructions are included
- No batteries are required
|Manufacturer Part Number:||1405-1320|
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- Good question, how deep is your pot?, In other words u can get different readings top soil can drier than a pot that is 12" deep & it is inserted too shallow, I tend to take a couple of readings One midway, the other deep to make sure the roots aren't sitting in too much moistureby BobP11/16/2015Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- insert as deep as the rootsby Mudflap1007/5/2014Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I think it should be inserted as deeply as it will go easily into the soil. My guess is about 3/4 of the lengths of the prongs if possible.by BBerryGrower7/4/2014Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?