Recently, we drove to one of our clients and, passing by a field of winter wheat, saw the underlying crops. Along the way, we began to argue about what could have caused lying crops and what IT-technologies would help to see problems in time and assess winter crops. When we arrived at the agricultural enterprise, we asked the agronomist: “How are you going to assess the yield on this field?”. The answer was simple: “In fact!”.
In the age of technology development, when IT companies offer the agricultural sector a range of useful tools, the agrarians have a completely different problem - the problem of choice. Which program is better? What is more informative? What will help solve the tasks? And these questions do not count... Cadastral registration of a land bank is a painstaking daily work that requires special accuracy and attention.
From June 4 to June 7, the largest in all of Eastern Europe and the only in Ukraine multi-field exhibition in the field of agriculture “AGRO-2019” took place. This event took place in the national complex "Expocenter of Ukraine" and attracted 83,000 visitors and 1308 participants from 17 countries! The Soft.Farm team presented its booth together with the partner for the introduction of GPS monitoring and fuel control by the company Overseer, and also demonstrated the work of the module of the monitoring systems of seed equipment “Garant” from our partner the company “Intris-trade”.
Soils are the main asset of every agricultural enterprise. Getting a good harvest requires careful agrodiagnostics of the soil on which crops are grown. The results of the analysis of the agrophysical and agrochemical properties of the soil can be downloaded to the Soft.Farm Cartograms module, which will build a map of indicators across the field and help farmers make decisions about plowing depth, seeding rates, and fertilizer application rates and crop protection.
Systematizing of data with Soft.Farm becomes easier. Thanks to the new “Field Passport” function, you don’t need to save mountains of paper documentation or open dozens of windows in the browser to put the information together. All the necessary information is formed into an electronic document and is immediately ready for printing. The “Field Passport” combines all the information for a certain season for each specific field and contains data on weather conditions, agricultural scouting, NDVI index, field work, cartograms, cadastral plots, accounting of material resources and much more.