December 19-20, 2018 economic training in precision farming will be held at the base of the computer academy “Shag” of the city of Kiev. The aim of the training team SoftFarm set to teach agronomists and middle managers to use the tools of modern agronomy in their daily work. Namely: - use satellite images and NDVI indices; - optimally plan field work; - create an optimal technology plan; - to adjust the calculation of completed hectares and control the fuel using GPS monitoring; - save the results of soil analysis and create cartograms; - develop problem maps for differential distribution; - to adjust the accounting of the land bank and lease agreements.
From October 30 to November 1, the annual agroindustrial exhibition InterAgro-2018 was held at the International Exhibition Center in Kiev. The exhibition was attended by 346 companies, including 61 foreign from 19 countries. For the Soft.Farm team, it has become an ingrained tradition to take part in this large-scale event, which is undoubtedly the epicenter of innovation in agriculture. At the InterAgro exhibition, the latest achievements and innovations of the world as well as the domestic engineering industry of the agricultural sector, agricultural equipment, precision farming technologies, and much more were presented.
From October 24 to 25, the grand opening of the Interregional Specialized Exhibition “AgroPromPoltava - 2018” took place in the exhibition hall of the city house of culture. 50 households from 8 regions of Ukraine: Kiev, Dnieper, Kharkov, Nikolaev, Kropyvnytskyi, Kremenchug, Poltava, Vinnitsa, Bila Tserkva, Ivano-Frankivsk and others took part in the present exhibition. For the first time, tillage machines from Slovenia were introduced.
On October 18-19, 2018, the All-Ukrainian Scientific and Practical Seminar "Support to the Agroindustrial Enterprises by Modern Information Systems and Technologies" was held on the basis of the Poltava State Agrarian Academy. On the first day of the seminar with speakers on the peculiarities of using the most modern information systems in different production areas of agriculture, many speakers, including the head of the sales department Soft.
Soil analysis, compilation of cartograms and agrochemical passports are almost the most important elements in precision farming. Why are these items so useful? The cartogram displays the intensity of any indicator within the field map, whether it is the density or the percentage of N (nitrogen), P (phosphorus), K (potassium) in the soil. With its help, each farmer can make a competent plan for the differential introduction of nutrients on any land plot.