Monitor Crop Growth with GeoFarmer

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There are a number of organizations that require up-to-date agricultural information to support their business decisions, but many times this information can be expensive to come by and can also be unreliable. GeoFarmer – A Monthly Crop Monitoring Tool addresses this problem by creating  an intuitive, user-friendly application to monitor crop growth and climatic conditions in near real-time. This Smart M.App consolidates climatic data and satellite imagery into an integrated solution so that there is dynamic information at hand for users to access and make informed decisions.

This application will save both time and money for agricultural estimators, insurers, and commodity traders by reducing field visits and determining field-specific crop status.

Features and Benefits of GeoFarmer

Report on agricultural information for a specified location

Generate reports containing agro-climatic data, date-specific field-level crop growth, and crop growth stage status.

Get month-to-month growth per field

Discover the in-field variation in plant vigor.

Monitor changes in fields

Determine the change of crop growth between two calendar dates.

See GeoFarmer in Action

GeoFarmer – A Monthly Crop Monitoring Tool is available for a free trial or purchase on the M.App Exchange.

Congratulations again to Jens Hiestermann for receiving an Honorable Mention for his GeoFarmer Smart M.App!

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Rosalie Azzato

Rosalie Azzato joined the Hexagon Geospatial team as a Digital Marketing Specialist in July 2015. In her role, Rosalie helps in developing marketing campaigns and strategies to direct online traffic to the company website through social media, contributing to industry and company blogs, and keeping up to date with current digital trends. Rosalie obtained a Bachelor of Science in Communication, as well as a minor in marketing, from Kennesaw State University. Outside of work, Rosalie enjoys attending concerts, spending time with her friends and family, and cuddling with her dog, Darla.

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