Why measure chlorophyll?
Chlorophyll is the green pigment that allows plants to photosynthesize. This process uses sunlight to convert carbon dioxide and water into the building blocks of plants. Because nitrogen is a part of chlorophyll, by measuring chlorophyll, one can indirectly measure the amount of nitrogen in the plant. This allows for more efficient scheduling of fertilizer applications.
“Point-and-shoot” technology to instantly measure relative chlorophyll content Read More
SPAD 502 Plus Chlorophyll Meters quantifies the health of your crops Read More
Use an iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad, with the FieldScout GreenIndex+ App ($99 thru iTunes App Store) to capture and compute the DGCI of your plants, and indicate their chlorophyll/nitrogen levels. Read More