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Our humidity sensors adapt to all types of installations. This is verified by the botanical garden of Barcelona that use our technology for various types of plants.
The garden is distributed in 14 hectares of land within the park of Montjuic.
Botanical garden parts
The majority of the species cross a sample of the plants of Mediterranean climate.
The Mediterranean climate is not exclusive to the Mediterranean sea environment. It is characterized by a long summer and quite dry, mild winters with average temperatures and rains in the spring and autumn.
This type of climate is found in different areas of the planet, which are those represented in the botanical garden of Barcelona:
The highlight is the variety of plant species from different parts of the world. Very pleasant walk for a different approach to the diversity of nature.
Recommended the visit in spring with the flowering plants and the different shades of colors that we can see.
Control of the different areas of the botanical garden
Not everything needs the same irrigation, it depends on the species we find:
Trees and palm trees with deeper roots and deeper sensors.
Lawn with buried and shallow sensors. A lot of moisture is always needed.
Upholstery species and vivacious plants . They need care of interweaving and controlled irrigation.
Hedges and shrubs , with less need for irrigation.
Floral groups with a controlled irrigation especially in spring and summer that is when they bloom.
The priority is to optimize irrigation in all sectors. Maintain a pleasant viewing facility for the visitor while seeking intelligent water savings.
The irrigation is drip throughout the park and controlled by humidity sensors that we hope to expand shortly .
Industrial Engineer UC3M, co-founder of Plantae and tireless entrepreneur. We search with precision technology and wireless sensors to measure moisture data and other parameters in irrigated agriculture and professional gardening. All in order to optimize irrigation and save water and resources, maintaining or increasing the productivity of the farm.