Tools & data
Fieldin platform now offered through Wilbur-Ellis
Fieldin’s Control Center helps growers leverage real-time field data to better manage and optimise spray applications, harvest activities and other cultural practices.
Fieldin has partnered with Wilbur-Ellis Agribusiness to deliver its expansive smart farm platform to specialty crop growers in the Western U.S. Fieldin’s Control Center helps growers leverage real-time field data to better manage and optimise spray applications, harvest activities and other cultural practices.
In-field sensors connected with machinery
Using proprietary sensors and apps, Fieldin’s platform connects in-field sensors, tractors and machinery to provide managers with actionable data and reporting that is to improve production and operational efficiency in the field.
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The Fieldin Control Center provides specialty crop growers with actionable, real-time data that improves transparency and efficiency during spraying, harvest activities and other cultural practices. - Photo: Fieldin
“With this partnership, Wilbur-Ellis will be able to complement our precision services and provide our growers with an additional layer of field data to improve operational efficiencies,” Wilbur-Ellis Director of Business Development Doug Grott said. “Fieldin’s technology will help give our growers actionable insights into everything from their early-season cultural practices and spray programs, to late-season harvesting activities.”
Track efficiencies and timing of spray applications
Fieldin’s services will be offered through Wilbur-Ellis starting this season in California, where nut, tree fruit and grape growers are making final preparations for harvest season. Using Fieldin’s Control Center, growers can track efficiencies and timing of spray applications, monitor and compare operators and equipment during harvesting activities, and improve efficiencies across almost any mechanised cultural practice.
Wilbur-Ellis will offer Fieldin’s service to its specialty crop growers through its team of crop advisers.
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