We invite you to dig into our white papers and articles that can provide a wealth of knowledge for cultivators who want to research and learn more about the background, precision technology and science of AROYA® hardware and software.
Founded by renowned soil scientist Dr. Gaylon Campbell, we’ve backed up over four decades of research within the water and moisture analysis world, along with 30 years of engineering sensors and development science for soil, irrigation control and so much more. This combined knowledge has led to the development of our premier cannabis production platform. AROYA is proud to offer growers informative and powerful resources, along with our innovative products and system, as we help you to better reach your goal: improving grams per square foot per year.
Biel, Carmen, Amélia Camprubí, Paulo E. Lovato, and Cinta Calvet. "On-farm reduced irrigation and fertilizer doses, and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal inoculation improve water productivity in tomato production." Scientia Horticulturae 288 (2021): 110337.
Oduola, Abass A., Kaushik Luthra, and Griffiths G. Atungulu. "Determination of moisture sorption isotherms of industrial hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) flower and leaf composite powders." Industrial Crops and Products 186 (2022): 115201.
Hannah Fleming, Zachary Chamberlain, Jordan J. Zager and B. Markus Lange. "Controlled environments for cannabis cultivation to support “omics” research studies and production." Methods in Enzymology, Academic Press, 2022.
Castiglione, Paolo, Gaylon S. Campbell, Aaron Parker, and Agnelo Silva. "A complex dielectric sensor for measurement of water content and salinity in porous media." In 2019 IEEE International Workshop on Metrology for Agriculture and Forestry (MetroAgriFor), pp. 280-285. IEEE, 2019.
Rocchi, Irene, Carmine Gerardo Gragnano, Laura Govoni, Alessio Mentani, Marco Bittelli, Paolo Castiglione, Olivier Buzzi, and Guido Gottardi. "A new technique for deep in situ measurements of soil water retention behaviour." Geotechnical Research 5, no. 1 (2018): 3-12.