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Arable Crops software for Crop Cultivation

  • NVZdata - Nitrate Vulnerable Zones Software

    NVZdata has been designed to maintain the necessary records, perform the calculations and produce the required reports. It is available as a stand alone system or as part of CROPdata, FARMdata’s arable management system. With the introduction of Nitrate Vulnerable Zones to many areas the recording of nitrogen production and usage is now an ...

    By Farmdata Ltd based in Aberdeenshire, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Farmdata - Crop Data Recognises Software

    Cropdata recognises that there are varied arable enterprises often with aspects specific to one farm. CROPdata offers a simple system to monitor output and performance in an arable enterprise. It lets you organise the season’s soil preparation and cropping routines, monitor yields, keep track of production costs and stock all in the one ...

    By Farmdata Ltd based in Aberdeenshire, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Sum-It - Total Integration Complete Farm Software

    With Total Software you have the option to either operate a stand-alone module or integrate several modules together, primarily the Accounts module with one or more enterprise modules. This enables you to immediately eliminate the need to input any data more than once, saving considerable time and effort as well as ensuring data accuracy is ...

    By Sum-It Computer Systems Ltd. based in Oxfordshire, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Field Management Software

    ISAGRI's field management software work perfectly for each kind of crop. Whether you run an arable farm, grow vegetables, produce fruits or just have grassland, ISAGRI’s crop management software is the right solution for your crop recordings. We can help you manage precisely your plants. Mapping, fertilization, gross margin, machinery, ...

    By ISAGRI based in BEAUVAIS, FRANCE.

  • UK Soils - Rothlime app

    In simple steps this app is used for deciding how much lime to add to raise a soil's pH under UK conditions. Soil pH refers to measurement made in water with a soil:water ratio of 1:2.5 (weight:volume). See Methods for Analysis of Agricultural Materials (1986).

    By UK Soils Observatory (UKSO) based in UNITED KINGDOM. from Mobile Apps Software line

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