Use Hummingbird’s algorithms to produce and accurate count of the number of plants in a field.
Mapping the percentage of potato canopy coverage per unit area, in order to optimise and monitor crop growth and aid management decisions.
Assisting in irrigation planning and timing, whilst ensuring that water applications are optimal.
Map the Green Area Index of your whole field.
Quantifying vegetation by measuring the difference between near-infrared (reflected by healthy vegetation) and red light (absorbed by healthy vegetation).
Use this support tool to guide desiccation timings decisions and compare the degree of senescence between different fields.
Zones areas of the crop that are in flower to target Sclerotinia spray applications.
Identify weeds between rows within crops planted on wide-rows. Use this tool to variably apply herbicide.
Use our Green Area Index tool to map the variation within a field and to variably apply Nitrogen according to crop requirements.
Use our Green Area Index tool to map the variation within a field and to variably apply PGRs according to crop requirements.
Map the risk of lodging within a field and create a Variable PGR application plan. This enables targeted use of late season PGRs to maximise yield.
Our Desiccation Zoning tool identifies areas of non-senesced vegetation and targets desiccation applications accordingly. This targets non-senesced crop, volunteers and weeds.
Crop Variability Mapping tracks the change in crop biomass over time. It highlights problems such as pH, drainage, compaction, nutrition, weeds, or pests (soil and foliar), nematodes and other soil pests.
Target you nitrogen applications according to crop biomass. Variable rate applications have been shown to increase crop performance.
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