Preparedness for sowing

Crop inspection with drones or satellites determines different levels of crop maturity on the crop. Based on the acquired data optimal time of sowing is planned because the goal is to monitor the plant’s growth: in different wavelengths, different phases of ripening and dying of plant are visible in the later stages. After identification of these stages, together with a farmer, target moisture and protein measurements can be performed; after that, optimal sowing time is planned. Optimal sowing is important because it can result in greater crop maturity and optimal protein content. The latter ensures a higher quality class and a higher purchase price on the market.

HOW IS IT DONE?

Technology

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Satellites or drones with multispectral sensors make a maturity status check. To navigate the obtained data for identification in the field and selective harvest more easily, they can be uploaded to a smartphone.

HOW TO START?

Plan in time.

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Optimally, contact us at least 2 weeks before the planned harvest to check crop maturity status with drones or satellites. Additionally, measurements of moisture and protein content can be performed at the convenience of a farmer.