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BASF offers xarvio Field Manager free of charge

BASF offers xarvio Field Manager free of charge to farmers in the U.S. and Canada for the 2020 season.

xarvio Field Maneger offers crop production solutions that allow farmers to monitor their fields through digital tools. During the corona crisis, BASF says it want to help farmers across North America maintain their operations with as little impact as possible.

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“Especially now, farmers can benefit greatly by using digital tools to monitor their fields and stay connected with their staff and agronomy advisors when in-person contact and travel are limited,” said Warren Bills, Regional Commercialization Lead for BASF Digital Farming Solutions.

“Farmers and advisors can gain greater efficiency when utilising digital agronomy tools and recommendations to grow healthy crops, and we’re glad to offer our technology free of charge this growing season to farmers in North America.”

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xarvio Field Manager is a digital crop optimisation platform and mobile app offering field and field-zone-specific real-time information and recommendations on how to produce crops most efficiently. - Photo: BASF
xarvio Field Manager is a digital crop optimisation platform and mobile app offering field and field-zone-specific real-time information and recommendations on how to produce crops most efficiently. - Photo: BASF

New data exchange dashboard

xarvio Field Manager is a digital crop optimisation platform and mobile app offering field and field-zone-specific real-time information and recommendations on how to produce crops most efficiently. It gives farmers further access to timing and variable rate map applications in various crops for weed, disease and better pest management.

The new data exchange and cross-farm dashboard feature allows farmers and advisors to better collaborate within the platform without the need for in-person meetings. These features are also available in the xarvio app for mobile devices.

Also read: Coronavirus increases demand for remote field monitoring

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