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The Rapitest 1825 moisture meter can measure soil moisture conditions quickly and simply. The digital results are read in 0.1 increments and there is an extensive plant list for you to compare the results. It is a sleek meter which measures the content of moisture at root level.






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Additional Information On The Rapitest 1825 Moisture Meter


To use the 1825 moisture meter simply press the power button on. Then insert the probe vertically if you can, in to the pot where you wish to test the soil. Ideally you want the probe to be halfway between the edge of the pot and the plant stem. Push the probe about half way down in to the pot and take a couple of readings to ensure a more accurate reading. When the readings show up on the LCD display, wait until the reading has been constant for about 4 seconds then note it. Take the probe out of the soil and wipe it clean and dry.

This moisture meter has been designed for test readings and should not be left in contact with moisture for an extended period of time. Do not leave this moisture meter permantly in the soil. The meter has an inbuilt power saving device and it will turn itself off after about 2 minutes of inactivity.


Small pots dry out quicker than larger pots. So you need to check your smaller pots more regularly.

Soil in clay pots will dry out quicker than soil in plastic pots. This is because baked clay is more porous.

Plants in direct sunlight will dry out a lot quicker and require more water than plants in shade.

Overwatering is a reference to frequency of watering and not quantity of water.


These plants store water and do not require as much attention as other plants. Do not let the soil dry out from march to september. From october to february cacti are dormant and only need moderate watering once every 2/3 weeks.


The worst thing you can do for your lawn is to water it too lightly. Light watering will not help the root system of your lawn and the roots will start to climb to the surface in the search for moisture. This will result in burning especially during very hot weather.