Predicting the future of the crop (crop monitoring)
Predicting the prospects of the crop (crop monitoring) is monitoring and assessing the state of grain and other crops; calculation of measures and its cost to maintain or improve the possible outcome of the crop yields.
Such monitoring is important primarily for investors who plan to invest in agribusiness. Often, the reports of agricultural holdings and other agricultural enterprises provide data on crop yields or damage to products by insects that do not correspond to reality. The reasons can be various: from deliberate distortion of real condition of the crop to simple mistakes on the part of incompetent management. Independent monitoring activities allow you to objectively assess the possible risks for agriculture investments and calculate its profit.
The farmers themselves also need monitoring in order to predict the future harvest as accurately as possible, and in general to control business processes.
The CISS GROUP company is an independent expert structure and specializes in monitoring for all participants in the field, including various financial and credit institutions!
Regarding crop monitoring, we assess the general state of crops, its collateral value and predict crop yields.
During our assessment proccess the inspection of land plots is carried out at least 10 times a season, and for crops such as sunflower, rapeseed, soybeans - every 2-3 days.
We also monitor elevators, warehouses, crop stocks, proper and timely application of technological operations in crop production and the general condition of agricultural enterprises assessing their fix as well as current assets.
The monitoring operations include:
- - assessment of the quality of the land (soil) and its cultivation for sowing;
- - monitoring the quality of crops at all stages of growing;
- - control of work performed by agronomists;
- - assessment of the possible risks of crop loss due to negative factors; (drought, heavy rainfall, frost, etc.);
- - forecasting the timing of harvesting and its yield;
- - tracking the use of assets and investments;
- - identification of "problem" areas in order to quickly eliminate them.
The study of fields and crops necessarily includes phytosanitary monitoring, which is required for proper control and elimination of various diseases and pests of agricultural plants via distribution and application of methods for combating such problems.
Phytosanitary monitoring includes the following studies: phytopathological, herbological and entomological.
Herbological studies make it possible to identify weed plants, their number in crops and develop an action plan to protect crops.
Entomological studies are aimed at identifying crop pests (insects, small animals) and developing recommendations on how to protect crops.
Phytopathological studies make it possible to detect typical diseases in crops, determine how badly the crops are affected, and develop recommendations for their protection.
Contact us for audits, inspections, monitoring the condition of crops and fields, forecasting yields and agronomic advice!
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