Diagnostic maps for the distribution and evolution of nutrients
With our GIS (Geographic Information System) and NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index) services, you can consult diagnostic maps of the distribution and evolution of nutrients in soil and plants throughout the crop cycle with the help of an advanced online interactive platform.
Our fertility maps are an indispensable precision agriculture tool to know the nutritional status of your crop. This way, our clients can work precisely to achieve more productive and sustainable crops.
At AGQ Labs, we design personalized plans to the needs and characteristics of our client’s crop and phenology according to the results obtained in the georeferenced maps. With our technical recommendations, you can optimize your water and inputs; what you provide will be precisely what your crop needs, no more, no less.
Nutrition and Fertility
The GIS (geographical information system) service allows AGQ Labs to offer its clients fertility maps based on terrain analysis, starting from georeferenced points. Through this system, we study the nutritional availability of the soil and its composition in the total observed area, analyzing all the elements that interest us. Likewise, the georeferenced mapping of leaves (foliage) allows us to interpret the nutritional state of the crop in any phenological stage.
The NDVI (normalized difference vegetation index) indicates the plant’s photosynthetic activity and nutritional state. The graphic representation of the plant’s photosynthetic activity and the nutritional analyses of the leaves will supply clients with necessary information regarding the vegetation’s nutritional state. This system allows the user to control large areas or zones quickly and efficiently and to review conjoined data.
- Identification of deficient, regular, or excess areas in each nutrient
- Adjustment of amendments to the characteristics of the farm
- Optimization of fertilizer applications
- Control of foliar nutrition
- Evaluation of saline zones
- Indicator for the establishment of new crops and varieties
- Correlation between nutritional status and yield and quality