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By Stanislaw Grundas and Andrzej Stepniewski

The belief of this booklet was once born a result of fast bring up of the curiosity in excellence of agricultural creation within the element of either – the standard of uncooked fabric for foodstuff construction in addition to within the point of setting safety. Agrophysics is a box of technological know-how that makes a speciality of the standard of agriculture as a complete i.e. the interplay among human and atmosphere, in particular the interplay among soil, plant, surroundings and computing device. Physics with its legislation, rules and ideas is an efficient software for description of the interactions, in addition to of the result of those interactions. a few elements of chemistry, biology and different fields of technology also are taken into consideration. This interdisciplinary method may end up in holistic description of procedures which should still bring about development of the potency of acquiring the uncooked fabrics to make sure a adequate quantity of nutrition, secure for human well-being. This publication may be considered as the contribution to this description. The reader can locate a few easy in addition, as extra specific facets of the modern agriculture, beginning with the soil features and remedy, plant progress and agricultural items’ homes and processing.

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The difference between the mass of the moist and the dry material, equal to the mass of water evaporated from the original sample, divided by the mass of the dry material (assuming all of the water evaporated during the drying process), is an exact definition of mass water content on a dry basis (Equation 2). This quantity is also called gravimetric water content. 1. However, the practical application of the thermogravimetric method is not so simple. First, a sample of a material under test needs to be collected.

Thermogravimetric method The traditional and standard water content measurement technique, called the thermogra‐ vimetric method, is based on a very simple concept of weighting a sample of a moist mate‐ rial, drying it and then weighting again. The difference between the mass of the moist and the dry material, equal to the mass of water evaporated from the original sample, divided by the mass of the dry material (assuming all of the water evaporated during the drying process), is an exact definition of mass water content on a dry basis (Equation 2).

Water in the soil influences the agricultural productivity as well as the weather and climate. Repeating weather disturbances caused by excessive amount of water or its enduring lack impose the necessity of monitoring water content of soil upper layers and deeper in soil pro‐ files. There is a direct feedback between soil moisture and relative humidity of air. Weather prediction on the base of atmospheric parameters including barometric pressure, tempera‐ ture and air humidity will be more accurate after including soil parameters, like moisture in soil profiles and temperature distribution in the soil.

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