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Aggregated soil data

Agronomists

We help agronomists save valuable time and provide farmers with the best possible recommendations and service.

Aggregated data
Agronomist

Aggregated data

Our data aggregation service provides a convenient way to store and organize fragmented data from multiple sources into one central place. We take care that all data, regardless the format, is integrated and visualized, so you can see the whole picture, filter, compare and analyze trends over time. 

Agronomist Roelf: ''I like to compare two fields with different nutrient plans with each other, to better understand their effectiveness.''

 

Get the most out of your data by using our data aggregation service! Here you can read more about our data integrations.

Easy import
Soil health data

Easily import all types of data  

Our platform supports a wide range of data files from various labs, including plant sap & soil health data, dry matter analysis, and manure data. In addition, we easily import data from information management systems and financial admin systems like yield data. Lastly, we connect with sensor data and weather stations. On our data integrations page, you can see which integrations we are working on.

This allows you to easily track and analyze multiple aspects of your growing operation in one place, making it easier to make informed decisions and improve the overall health and productivity of your plants and soil.

Are you wondering whether we support your data? Reach out to us!

Contextualise data
Soil amendments

Contextualise your data

For accurate interpretation of soil and plant data, it is critical to also take into account the so-called contextual data, like sun hours, rainfall, and previous treatments and nutrients.  Providing the holistic picture not only helps with better diagnostics but is also vital in monitoring the effectiveness of interventions such as foliar applications or soil amendments. With this knowledge, you'll be better equipped to make informed decisions that will lead to better yields and healthier crops.

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