Daily, more and more people are becoming aware of air and soil pollution’s effect. The alarming rate of the air and soil pollution has become one of the most important environmental problems and unfortunately, the effects cannot be completely stopped.
Besides soil degradation, there are also other problems that can affect agriculture.
The intense methods of farming that demand the maximum potential of the earth could significantly affect the fertile agriculture area. In this case, the danger of desertification is very high.
Plant disease is another critical point that affects the agricultural crop. Depending on the nature of the cause, diseases can be either infectious or non-infectious. Temperature is a key factor in this case due to the predictive value for identifying the risk of plant disease. Validating this parameter with soil information is vital for preventing most of the diseases.
Insufficient irrigations is another issue that can affect the agriculture’s productivity.
Irrigated land decreases agricultural crop dependence on rainfall and minimizes the risk that droughts will affect agricultural production. Also, irrigation can increase the productivity of cultivated agricultural land, allowing for the expansion of cultivated areas in some semiarid areas.
In order to prevent these problems and to support the agriculture crops, Syswin Solutions developed an innovative solution for robust and productive agriculture crops.
SysAgria provides comprehensive, real-time environmental information and development conditions at various phenological stages of crops, fruit trees, vines, fruits and vegetables, on the basis of which proactive treatment, planned fertilization, sowing and harvesting can be achieved. The system monitors the vital parameters of soil, air and light and identifies prototypes through a series of intelligent algorithms that analyze the data obtained and correlates them with a relevant history of the culture. Also, it monitors the vital parameters of soil, air and light and identifies prototypes through a series of intelligent algorithms that analyze the data obtained and correlates them with a relevant history of the culture.
For more of our insight about the benefits, which SysAgria can bring for the cereals and vineyard crops, we invite you to read the full document: