Loading... Please wait...

Categories

Follow Us on Facebook

Lincoln 9-Inch Soil Moisture Meter #8000

Rating:

Write a Review
SKU:
T8000
Brand:
Availability:
In stock
Shipping:
Free over $60.00
Price:
$102.00
Quantity:

Add to Wish List

Click the button below to add the Lincoln 9-Inch Soil Moisture Meter #8000 to your wish list.



Product Description

Portable, reliable, and easy to use, the Lincoln 9-Inch Soil Moisture Meter is ideal for potted plants but can be used to spot check turf, garden beds, trees, or any other type of plantings as needed. Simply insert probe to the desired depth and within seconds, the meter provides an accurate soil moisture reading from 0 (completely dry) to 10 (fully saturated). Calibration is done easily in the field without special tools or reference materials. Includes a complete set of instructions with soil moisture guidelines for 26 different types of vegetable and 21 different varieties of plants. Includes 1 AA battery. Made in the USA.

Warranty Information

Portable, reliable, and easy to use



Ideal for potted plants, spot checking turf, garden beds etc.



Accurate readings are measured on a scale from 0 to 10



Easy to calibrate without special tools / reference materials



Includes soil moisture guidelines for 26 different types of



vegetable and 21 different varieties of plants



Includes 1 AA battery / Made in the USA



Total weight: 7 ounces

Vendors Other Products

write a review

Product Reviews

  1. For weather and growing 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Aug 2015

    I use this meter for not only growing my vegetables, etc outdoors but also to keep track of soil moisture and that data I share with the National Weather Service.. it is a very good meter and I got professional and prompt service from Frostproof Growers Supply


  2. potted plants 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Dec 2012

    This meter gives me excellent readings in all my potted plants in the nursery. I know it says that I can use it in the field plantings but I'm not convinced. I'm sticking with tensiometers on those crops but I will keep testing the Lincoln meter in those areas.



Powered by Top Rated LocalĀ®