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Description of ROBBINS-01.P (ROB)

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1998 California Tomato

Observer

Location

County: Sutter    Nearest City: ROBBINS
Latitude: 38 deg 52 min N    Longitude: 121 deg 41 min W    Elevation: 50 ft

Station and site characteristics

Manufacturer/model: Campbell Scientific Inc. CR-10X
Crop: Processing tomatoes
Ground cover: Open field

Available data

UC IPM database records begin/end: August 1, 1998  /  September 4, 1998
Reporting interval: Hourly, Daily
Stored variables:
Air Temperature, average: HMP35C-U w/ 9ft cable
Leaf wetness: 237 Wetness sensing grid
Relative Humidity, average: HMP35C-U w/ 9ft cable
Variables with computed averages: none


Details about reported variables

Air Temperature, average
Variable or Sensor: HMP35C-U w/ 9ft cable
Sensor Setup: above the canopy with no other significant obstructions
When Installed: 01 July 1998
Comment: Location is surrounded by tomato fields.
Reporting Intervals: Daily, Hourly
Leaf wetness
Variable or Sensor: 237 Wetness sensing grid
Height of Sensor: plant height
Sensor Setup: Inside the canopy with no other significant obstructions.
When Installed: 01 July 1998
Comment: Location is surrounded by tomato fields.
Reporting Intervals: Hourly, Daily
Relative Humidity, average
Variable or Sensor: HMP35C-U w/ 9ft cable
Sensor Setup: above the canopy with no other significant obstructions.
When Installed: 01 July 1998
Comment: Location is surrounded by tomato fields.
Reporting Intervals: Daily, Hourly

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