Agricon GmbH

5 software found

Software

  • agriPORT - Field and Cultivation Management Software

    agriPORT - Field and Cultivation Management Software

    Overviewof all fields and crop rotations of the enterprise in terms of space and time. Management offield geometry: field drawing, sharing, uniting, etc. Export offield lists.Planning ofcrop rotationandyield goals.

  • Base Fertilization Software

    Base Fertilization Software

    Planning ofsoil sampling.Presentation ofnutrient distribution mapsand analysis of nutrient supply - for every single field up to the whole enterprise overview. Fully automaticfertilization planningon each part of the field based on soil sampling, cultivation plan as well as applicable regional fertilization rules. Calculation of electronicapplication maps.Export of electronic application maps to all customary data formats - per USB stick or...

  • agriPORT - Version N - Practice Fertilization Software

    agriPORT - Version N - Practice Fertilization Software

    The measured N-uptake from theautumn scanningwill automatically be saved und assigned to the corresponding fields. Extensive presentation ofN-uptakefor all evaluated fields. Agronomically founded calculation ofelectronic N-applicationmaps for the first application of N in spring. Export of electronic application maps to all customary data formats - per USB stick or wirelessdirect to the machine. Automatic documentationof the applied N-fertilizer...

  • agriDOC - Digital Fleet Management Software

    agriDOC - Digital Fleet Management Software

    agriDOC is an agricon control center independent from the manufacturer and created to coordinate the use of machines, equipment as well as engagement of employees in the enterprise.  Record keeping is done almost  on its own.

  • Digital Plant Protection Software

    Digital Plant Protection Software

    Constant application of growth regulators and fungicides do not correspond with the demand of the plant stock. There are too big doses spread in think stocks, and too small doses in dense stocks. As consequences we get reduced yields, quality losses and unneeded extra costs of crop management.