Precision Agriculture is a crop management system based on information and technology that analyses the spatial and temporal variability within the field and addresses them systematically to optimize crop health, productivity, and profitability.
Monitoring crops using remote sensing at the farm level should be done on weekly or semi-monthly basis throughout the growing season and actionable analysis reports provided within a few days of each flight. Contracts can be negotiated depending on the requirements and the size of the farm and will be renewable every year. Bosys works with agronomists to conduct and provide the required analysis and resources.
Once data collection, processing and analysis by an agronomist are completed, targeted prescription maps are created based on the requirement of each zone. The maps can then be imported to a smart tractor and used for variable rates fertilizer application to deliver as much or as little nutrition as needed which reduces cost and helps the environment by limiting nutrient run-off into streams and waterways.