Originally Posted by Kiril
Essential Scheduling Tools
- Soil sampler
- Soil profiler
- Brown probe
- Soil moisture probe with GPS tracking (in lieu of catch cans)
- Soil temperature probe
- pH/EC meter
- Penetrometer (brown probe works here if you don't need a value)
- Stop watch
- Measuring wheel
- Field computer
Now for the really anal scheduling stuff
- Soil moisture probe(s) with data logger
I thought no chest pounding.
I don't have enough mileage on my RM remote to say it is my favorite yet. I do have extensive experience on the end of my trenching shovel and behind the mini skid. I spend a lot of time in dirt. I like my felcos for cutting out roots, clipping zip ties, wire, string, etc. My tools are very blue color. I want to get a 521 next.
Outside of irrigation/landscaping tools I would have to say my digital camera and notebook are my most used tools.