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    ^ What's the price/m or kg, for the logs? I'm presuming it's only the central trunk that is sold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Taking Trat province as an example the weekly figures are:

    1. Evaporation, 30 to 35 mm lost
    2. Rainfall , 40 - 70 mm gained
    3. Soil water balance, 50 - 100 mm excess
    My apologies I've mislabeled the maps.

    Map 2. is Soil water balance, 50 - 100 mm excess ( hint the one with the minus figures indicates that watering is needed)
    Map 3. is Rainfall , 40 - 70 mm gained

    I've also found another map on the same site.

    Switching from rubber to fruit trees-10d_mai131020-gif


    This is:

    A daily produced map, showing the useful moisture index for plants in the past 10 days. From the 13th to the 22nd of October 2020

    It shows analysis results every day at 09:00 Moisture Available Index (MAI) is an indicator of rainfall that indicates the moisture content of plants. The levels of moisture that are beneficial for plants are classified as follows:

    MAI greater than 1.33 means the plant is over-watered,
    MAI = 1.01 to 1.33 means the plant is receiving sufficient water,
    MAI = 0.68 to 1.00 means the plant is slightly dehydrated,
    MAI = 0.34 to 0.67 means the plant is moderately dehydrated,
    MAI = 0.00 to. 0.33 means the plant is very dehydrated

    Useful moisture index analysis for plants 10 days ago to yesterday. It was applied from the Hargreaves method by calculating from the accumulated rainfall data. And the cumulative evaporation potential for the past 10 days until yesterday. The amount of precipitation was obtained from the measurement data of meteorological stations nationwide. Evaporation potential was estimated from temperature measurement data. relative humidity Sunlight And wind speed Of the meteorological stations that have measured such data With the method of Penman-Monteith.

    Available here:

    AGROMETEOROLOGICAL GIS MAP

    The majority of Thailand is white, indicating an over-watered situation for the past 10 days.

    The rainy season for Trat province may be arriving. Time to test that your irrigation system is OK.
    A tray full of GOLD is not worth a moment in time.

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