Looking for a practical, simple to use but sophisticated suite of software for your horticultural (orchards, olive groves, nut tree plantations, market gardens, etc.) management? PAM Ultracrop and PocketPAM – the complete suite for horticultural managers. Fairport has been working with the Australian horticulture industry since the early 1990’s when we developed a system for a large wildflower operation. Subsequently this program, Horris (Horticultural Records and Information System) was used by various vineyard managers, market gardeners, strawberry plantations, orchardists and the South Australian horticultural and viticultural research stations at Loxton, Nuriootpa and Lenswood.
During the late 1990’s we incorporated the horticultural specific features of Horris into our PAM Ultracrop software. PAM Ultracrop is now the product of choice of many growers across Australia, from the warm tropics of Kununurra, Katherine and Darwin, to chilly south of Tasmania.
What can it do for you?
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The result of over two decades of development. Thousands of clients with diverse needs have provided feedback and suggestions to keep PAM at the cutting edge. PAM just keeps getting more and more powerful, more and more useful.
PAM Ultracrop can be bundled with a Mapping Module or a Precision Farming Mapping Module. These mapping systems will substantially enhance your software’s reporting capabilities and your overall production recording experience.
Budget, Plan and Record all your activities for crop establishment and monitoring
Keep track of all your costs and income and use the powerful gross margin reports to understand which production areas are giving you problems, which are the winners.
Analyse your water use efficiency - Comprehensive rainfall and weather graphs and crop vs crop / paddock vs paddock reporting gives you a clear picture of your efficiencies
Import data from your soil and tissue testing laboratories - graph the results or visualise them on your farm map
Use the nutrient components of your fertilizers to produce nutrient audit reports and nutrient map reports.