Application maps for a perfect sowing rate

Optimise yields with precise seed maps and soil-specific sowing rates.

 

The seed and zone maps from My Data Plant:

My Data Plant enables the user to identify differences in soil zones and adapt seed rates accordingly. This brings with it enormous advantages: More homogeneous crops make harvesting easier and also improve harvest quality.

The advantages of seed maps:

  • Properties of soil type, ‑microstructure, ‑structure and nFK (usable field capacity), humus content and soil compaction are reflected in the maps.

  • Adjust the sowing rate to the local soil differences - from light sandy soil to heavy clay soil.

  • Combine your maps in the portal for example with the Reichsbodenschätzung (German map-provider, not interesting for other countries), EM 38 or yield maps.

  • Use the potential of your soil, generate more homogeneous stocks and increase your yields.

  • Sow precisely and adapted to the ground zones.

 

This is how you create application maps for sowing:

Biomass maps are produced which show plant development in the fields at different stages. These are compared automatically to bare soil images to create soil zone maps. The zone maps allow you to draw conclusions about which areas of your field have which soil quality - sandy, loamy, light or heavy soils. By adapting the seed rate to the respective zones, you create your own sowing maps based on your experience and our data. In addition to your knowledge of the specific areas and soil classes, maps are produced which can provide verifiably more precise information about the different soil qualities.