Measuring Surveying and Testing

Measuring Surveying and Testing

Plants grow best when soil conditions, lighting, and the amount of water they receive are ideal. Nurseries constantly monitor the soil of their plant and the amount of rainfall they receive to make sure the plants will be able to thrive. A.M. Leonard carries the best selection of soil testing and measuring tools to make sure plants have optimal growing conditions.

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  1. Image 5 of the Soil Moisture Meter - 24in. probe
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    Soil Moisture Meter with 24-Inch Probe
    $120.28
  2. T Probe Soil Sampler
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    T Probe Soil Sampler
    $50.87
  3. Image 0 of the T Probe Soil Sampler 21in. Probe
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    T Probe Soil Sampler 21in. Probe
    $82.89
    $50.87
  4. Image 1 of the Leonard Power Blade Tape Measure
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    Leonard Power Blade Tape Measure
    $19.91
  5. Image 1 of the Taylor Min/Max Thermometer
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    Taylor Min/Max Thermometer
    $29.49
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We have soil testing equipment to ensure your soil is perfect for whatever it is you're trying to grow. The acidity of the soil is an important factor. Our selection of acidity and pH testing tools can help you keep the soil at the right level. We also have moisture meters to provide accurate readings if you are using soilless mixtures to grow your plants.

Different plants need different moisture levels in order to thrive. Moisture meters allow you to have accurate moisture information so you can water when needed and avoid overwatering. We have quality meters that can be used instantly to take periodic readings and meters that can be installed in the soil in either containers or out in the field so you can have continuous readings to better help you keep track of soil moisture.

If you're more hands on, our selection of soil probes and magnifiers can allow you directly see what's really going on in your soil. Light meters ensure your plants are getting the light they need. Salt meters can tell you about the chemistry of your soil.