PRECISION FARMING TECHNOLOGIES
Precision Farming has complete Range Of Farm Monitors And Controllers.
A farming management approach called precision agriculture (PA) is focused on monitoring crop variability both within and between fields. The earliest theoretical studies on PA and its applications date back. Defining a decision support system (DSS) for whole farm management with the aim of optimising returns on inputs while protecting resources is the objective of precision agriculture research. A phytogeomorphological technique, which links multi-year crop growth stability/characteristics to topological terrain properties, is one of these many ways. The phytogeomorphological approach is appealing because the geomorphology element frequently determines the agricultural field’s hydrology.
The development of GPS and GNSS has made precision farming possible. The ability of the farmer and/or researcher to pinpoint their exact location within a field enables the creation of maps of the spatial variability of as many variables as can be measured (for example, crop yield, terrain features/topography, organic matter content, moisture levels, nitrogen levels, pH, EC, Mg, K, and others).
Precision Farm-In-A-Box powered by renewable energy sources and controlled by IoT. Monitors horizon, soil surface, and hypogeal parameters for real-time hyperlocal farm data.
Range of precision monitors for soil, climate, leaf, wind, and rain conditions. 4G and LoRa based wireless communications infrastructure for real-time data collection over large areas.
Automated Irrigation and Fertigation Controllers for precise control over the timing and duration of the watering and fertilization cycles.
Precision Farming focuses on maximizing production, minimizing resource consumption while also causing minimum impact on the environment by precise irrigation and fertilizers.
Precision Agriculture enables advanced digital tools and breakthroughs in big data analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence to fast-track value creation by saving on input costs.
Precision Farming is gaining tremendous popularity among farmers due to the increasing need for optimum crop production with limited available resources. Further, the changing weather patterns due to increasing global warming have impelled the adoption of advanced farming technologies to enhance farm productivity and crop yield.
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Advantages of Precision Farming
Digital tools enable a grower to continuously monitor a wide range of metrics, including rainfall levels, the number and the nature of nutrients that crops, soil samples, fertilizer inputs.
Cloud-based technologies enable data access anytime, from any device. One of the biggest benefits of adopting precision agriculture is to optimize pest control and use chemicals only when needed.
Improved decision-making efficiency due to access to valuable long-term data.
By adopting centralized command-and-control tools, farming teams can tell precisely when to irrigate a given field.
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Precision Farming Agricluture focuses on maximizing production, minimizing resource resource consumption while also causing minimum impact on the environment by precise irrigation and fertilizers.