LLP 1835

LLP 1835

Luster Leaf Rapitest 1835 digital 3-way soil analyzer

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Winner of the 2013 Green Thumb Award!
The Digital 3-way Soil Analyzer was selected as one of the 10 best new gardening items for 2013 by the Direct Gardening Association.

Winners of the 2013 Green Thumb Award were chosen by an independent panel of garden writers and editors. The products were selected based on their uniqueness, technological innovation, ability to solve a gardening problem or provide a gardening opportunity, and potential appeal to gardeners.

The Luster Leaf Rapitest Outdoor Meters 1835 digital 3-way soil analyzer will help you get the proper readings for pH, fertility and temperature. With just a couple of touches to the digital analyzer you will have your information for best plant growth. This incredible analyzer will help you see where fertility levels are; it has a quick and easy-to-read fertility meter that reads the combined levels of nitrogen, phosphorus and potash to determine proper health, growth and productivity for your plants. This analyzer also has a test feature for soil temperature and pH levels.

The cord stretches to about 30”

Uses three LR44 button batteries—included.

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Each. 31.50


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LLP 1840

LLP 1840

Luster Leaf Rapitest Soil pH Meter 1840

Product specifically designed to be used only in soil
Automatically measures soil pH
No chemicals or litmus paper required
Information included for how to test, balance and control pH levels
No batteries required

Flexible probe cord for easy use.

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Each. 18.00




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LLP 1847

LLP 1847

Luster Leaf Rapitest Digital PLUS pH Meter 1847

The Luster Leaf Rapitest Digital PLUS Soil pH Meter 1847 Takes The Guesswork Out Of Soil pH For Lawns, Gardens, And Houseplants

Did you know that the pH of the soil in which plants are grown controls how efficiently plants feed on the nutrients in that soil?  Knowing your soil’s pH will allow you to make the adjustments necessary for beautiful flowers, bountiful crops and the best looking lawn in the neighborhood!

Built-In Database of over 400 Plant pH Preferences

The Rapitest Digital PLUS Soil pH Meter is programmed with plant pH preferences for over 400 fruits, vegetables, grasses and landscape plants.  The meter’s numeric format is easy to read.  All results are displayed on the digital LCD screen, ranging from 3.5 to 9.0

Favorites: This allows you to build a list of the plants that you are growing.  When you have a favorites list you can click on this function and go directly to your list of plants.

Basic Mode: The basic mode goes directly to the pH test screen, without a specific plant selection

Plant List: When a plant list is chosen, the meter will divert to an alphabetical selection list for choosing a plant from the built in pH database of over 400 plants.

The flexible cord extends to about 30” for ease of use.

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Each. $25.25




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LLP 1860

LLP 1860

Luster Leaf Rapitest Electronic Soil Tester pH plus Fertility 1860

Determines soil pH and fertility in one unit

Soil testing in about one minute

Includes comprehensive guide listing ideal pH ranges for over 350 plants

Assembled in USA of foreign and domestic parts.

Requires 1 AA battery

This dual purpose electronic meter tests soil pH and nutrient levels.  Soil pH controls how well plants utilize the nutrients available in your soil.  All plants have a particular pH preference, so it’s important to know the pH level of your soil.  You can then choose plants with the same pH preferences, avoid those that will not do well in your soil, or work to adjust the soil pH level.

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Each. $22.50




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LLP 1865

LLP 1865

 

Luster Leaf Rapitest Soil Fertility Meter 1865

In a ten second test, the soil fertility meter reads the combined levels of nitrogen, phosphorous and potash for maximum health, growth and productivity.

Measurements are based on USDA standards.

Takes the guess work out of fertilizing your plants.

Instantly (10 seconds) measures the nutrient level of your soil.

No batteries required.

Lightweight and easy to read.

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Each. $13.50




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LLP 1875

LLP 1875

 

Luster Leaf Rapitest Sunlight Calculator 1875

This innovative product provides gardeners with the ability to maximize plants growing potential by placing plants in optimum light conditions. Requires 12 hours of sunlight for accurate reading.

The SunCalc algorithm and electrical components were calibrated at the University of Maine, Orono, ME. The University of Maine and the Federal Govenment have a solar monitoring station just north of Orono. Solar energy measured by SunCalc was virtually identical with the readings from the official Radiometer at the University of Maine facility.

Initial funding for the SunCalc “Sunlight Calculator” project came in the form of a “Seed Grant” from the Maine Technology Institute (MTI). The organization was established in 1999 by the Maine State Legislature for the purpose of encouraging research and development activity leading to the commercialization of new products and services.

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Each. 22.50




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LLP 1880

LLP 1880

Luster Leaf Rapitest 4-way Analyzer 1880

The Rapitest 1880 electronic 4-way soil tester\analyzer is a compact, portable, all in one meter.

All plants have preferred growing conditions.  This multi-purpose meter allows you to monitor the conditions of soil pH, soil moisture, light intensity and total combined nitrogen, phosphorus and potash levels.

The instructions also include a pH preference list, moisture guide, and sunlight chart. (Total combined NPK levels based on USDA standards)

A successful garden starts with the right conditions.  The soil’s pH level will affect how well plants utilize the total nutrients available in the soil. Plants require a proper balance for successful growth.

Successful growth cannot be achieved with inadequate or improper light amounts.  And even if these three key growing conditions are ideal, a garden will not thrive if over or under watered.

 

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Each. $31.50




 

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