Crop Monitoring is designed to make your farming endeavors easier, while at the same time ensuring the best user experience. Once you have added your fields to the system, you will have all of the data on one screen, and are able to manage them all remotely. You will get weather risk alerts and notifications about changes in the values you have selected in the custom settings; these are the vegetation index values, precipitation rates, among other valuable data to make effective decisions in a timely manner.
You can also elaborate a plan of your field work and adjust it accordingly with the weather analytics feature. Weather Analytics is capable of forecasting the periods of frost and drought which are based on soil moisture and atmospheric humidity indicators. Crop Monitoring allows you to see any issue with your crops at every stage of growth. You can detect problem areas via NDVI and send scouts to investigate them, thus saving time and resources. You are also able to create and share scouting reports online. On the top of that, you can implement differential application, based on the zoning map of a field, plan seeding competently, as well as increase the efficiency of drip irrigation. Finally, the charts visualize the entire process by displaying the correlation between all of the available data sets.
To answer the most frequently asked questions, and well beyond, we have come up with our best tips in the “how to use” set of articles. Here you will find detailed tutorials on how to use every feature and what tasks you are able to complete with the services provided. Learn more about how to increase the performance of your fields with Crop Monitoring, and happy farming!
Adding fields on Crop Monitoring is the first step to start working in the system. Learn how to manipulate your fields correctly to get the precise information you need.
Charts on Crop Monitoring are an important source of data a farmer needs. Learn how to read and manipulate them as well as interpret the information they contain.
Crop scouting on Crop Monitoring a great feature that enables farmers to identify problem areas in their fields remotely faster and with greater precision.
Field zoning tool on Crop Monitoring allows dividing your field into zones regarding vegetation state and apply appropriate actions exactly in the areas requiring intervention.
Monitoring crops considering their growth states is important to understand their health correctly. Crop Monitoring enables its users to track the growth stages of any crop.
Notification Manager on Crop Monitoring provides timely alerts on the state of crops in your fields. Learn how it works and how to use it effectively.
There are several spectral indices available on Crop Monitoring: NDVI, NDRE, MSAVI, ReCl, and NDMI. Each of them is more efficient at a certain stage of crop development.
Weather conditions greatly affect agriculture. The current weather analytics & forecasts available on Crop Monitoring helps farmers to plan agricultural activities more accurately.