With the development of the latest technologies and the rapid digitalization of the land bank, cadastral accounting is moving online. In their work, agrarians use various land portals, web services and mobile applications, collect data from official electronic sources, etc. The lifting of the moratorium on the sale of agricultural land opens up a large market of assets that can be interesting both for representatives of the agricultural sector and for investors.
AgroSpring 2021 is approaching, which means that key representatives of agribusiness from both Ukraine and the world will gather at the annual exhibition event. The stand of the Soft.Farm team No. 1C 301 will be located in the pavilion of the International Exhibition Center (IEC, 15 Brovarskyi Ave., Kyiv) within the framework of the international exhibition of innovative solutions in grain farming «Grain Technologies», which will be held from 16 to 18 February.
Reliable data on the area of cultivated fields is the basis for effective land bank management. They are important not only for high-quality cadastral registration, but also for determining the amount of seeds, fertilizers, plant protection products, fuel and other resources used in field work. Knowing the actual cultivated area makes it possible to correctly calculate the amount of costs and avoid unjustified costs even at the planning stage.
Do you keep records of your land bank in Excel format? Make changes in electronic documents from paper copies of cadastral lease agreements? How long have you checked the information with the State Registers? Get the Disagreement Protocol from Soft.Farm, which will compare the available information with the data from the Registries! Information in the State Geocadastre is constantly changing and supplemented, so it is very difficult to keep documentary information up to date.
Agriculture is one of the main consumers of meteorological information and is highly dependent on weather conditions. Any farmer knows how much soil and air humidity, the amount of precipitation, light, heat have a strong impact on productivity, and how necessary a comprehensive analysis of causal relationships and principles describing the influence of the state of the atmosphere, plants and soil on various aspects of agricultural production.