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These maps allow our experts to understand soils conditions and performance for a more efficient management of soil fertility. With this tool our agronomists can create an accurate nutritional plan -fertilizer recommendation-to provide plants with essential elements in quantities and proportions for the effective growth of the crop and increase productivity of soils and yields.
1. Soil analysis test
2. Georeferenced soil-sampling
3. Data base structure design
4. Soil fertility mapping
5. Chemical and physical soil diagnosis
1. Appropriate use of fertilizers
2. Appropriate nutritional plan for specific conditions in soil reducing fertilizer use
3. Decrease in cost of fertilizer application
4. Increase in productivity of soils and yields.
5. Identify soil conditions that might have a negative impact in soil productivity
These types of maps allows to understand the crop’s development and provides information to create a plan for improving the crop’s productivity
1. Data analysis from field sensors, gps and on-board computers in tractors
2. Variability maps generation
3. Analysis of multi-temporal NDVI image or hyperspectral imaging.
1. Faster and better decision-making regarding soil conditions and needs
2. Higher levels of soil productivity and potential yield’s increase
3. Savings on materials (fertilisers and chemicals)
4. Environmental protection from excess fertilisation or spaying of chemicals
• Assurance of the application of nutrient sources with the appropriate doses and in the distribution required by each crop batch, in such a way that the quantities required are applied where they are needed.
• Modeling that leads to recommendations of fertilizers and amendments, agrochemicals in general that allow to impact productivity.
1. Variability mapping generation for managing zones and giving recommendations on where different materials should be applied with agricultural equipment or manually.
2. Creation of a system make decision to determine which materials should be applied to the land.
3. Generation of a program that allows to keep track of the fertilisation applications.
1. Better use of materials
2. Optimize the economic return
3. Reduction in environmental impact
4. Less than 5% in application errors in fertilisations
5. Uniform way of applying fertilisers and chemicals near the steam of the plant