Management web platform
Plantae Manager is an online management platform from which you can look up the data collected by the probes in real time. The platform provides graphs and analytics of the evolution of the different parameters to which you have access from your computer or smartphone. You can set automatic warnings of low/high moisture, conductivity, temperature... The limits for each parameter are calibrated according to soil type and other climatic factors.
The panel offers the possibility to make comparisons amongst the graphs of the different parameters so that you can correlate behaviors, detect incidences and resolve problems. From the panel you can consult climatic data with which to anticipate soil and crop behavior as a tool to manage your field. Each zone is customized according to soil type, crop, irrigation sectors/cycles/type and agronomic strategies so that the results are well adjusted to the field's reality. The upper and lower limits are established as per soil type and crop water needs.
The platform is available via web/app from PC, mobile or tablet. Therefore, you will always stay connected with your crop regardless of your location. You will be able to check the state of your field remotely without having to go.
Services of the Plantae Manager platform
Click and discover the different functions of Plantae Manager and how they can help you take management decisions.
Homogeneity in the measurement zones according to soil, crop type and irrigation sectors which allow decision making based on the field's reality.
The panel allows field division into zones based on soil type. A certain correction factor is applied according to the soil's characteristics that adjust the measurement to the site.
Different measurement zones can also be established based on crop type since their management strategies may differ from one another. Observe the different parameter behavior in the different crops.
By establishing a division based on irrigation sectors, management decisions can be focused on each sector.
Warnings if harmful levels are surpassed. The readings are calibrated to soil and crop type so that the warnings stay relevant to the particular needs of each client.
Field evolution reports. Receive fortnightly/monthly a report of the readings during that period in the different zones. The type of reports and their frequency can be established in the panel.
Combine moisture/conductivity/temperature/flow graphs to observe how a parameter affects the behavior of the rest and make decisions based on it.
The panel can be used as a tool to determine incidents in the irrigation system. By comparing parameters you can learn about water percolation, salt accumulation or leaching of nutrients.
Combine graphs to establish a management strategy adapted to the field and that takes advantage of the correlation between parameters.
Comparison of soil moisture and water applied with irrigation.
Conductivity behavior as a result of changes in moisture.
Current and previous data download (.csv) to study the evolution of the soil as a strategic starting point of the agronomic activities in the field.
You can download the data collected by each sensor as well as the reports generated automatically in the panel. Use these data to evaluate the efficiency of your resources and the evolution of the water consumption throughout out the season.
Compare the data to past seasons to verify water economy.
Consult the climatic situation of your region to anticipate meteorological events and changes through which you can plan the field’s activities.
Consult the weather forecast and compare it to the data collected in the field to adjust the agronomic tasks.
Plan the activities calendar according to this data so that each field visit is as efficient as possible and adjusted to the field’s needs.
Receive warnings due to expected extreme events to be ready in any given circumstance and take preventive actions.
Receive warnings of frost risks during critical cropping periods with which to adapt your management strategy to protect your future harvest.
Save water by forecasting rains and adjusting the irrigation system to them.
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