Precision Agriculture plays a significant role in the fight against climate change, and allows us greater efficiency in the use of resources.
Our main objective is to monitor the water status and nutrients of the soil and plant and thereby adjusting the irrigation and the dose of fertilization to the needs required in each stage of the vegetative cycle.
Some of the techniques we use are:
- Localized irrigational systems with the use of very low flow droppers.
- The weekly calculation of the water to be provided from the forecasts of evapotranspiration (evaporated water and water secreted by plants).
- The use of new technology in the form of sensors integrated into the irrigational system and within the soil itself.
With these techniques, we can check the efficiency of the water usage, the effectiveness and efficiency of fertilization, define a solution and ensure a sufficient supply of nutrients at every moment in the irrigation cycle.