Irrigation management and monitoring
Irriga Global provides daily recommendations on how much water should be applied to each of monitored fields registered on our platform and forecast the proper irrigation for the next seven days. Recommendations are available on the Irriga Global website or smartphone apps, which can be accessed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In addition to the recommended irrigation for the current day and for the next seven days, a rain forecast for the following days is also provided.
If the grower does not have access to our website or apps, our recommendations can also be received via text message (SMS) or a previously registered e-mail. In this way, Irriga Global ensures information is always available through the main methods of communication.
This tool allows the growers to oversee and follow all irrigations, simulate and schedule irrigations for the following seven days. The Scheduled Irrigation tool optimizes soil and crop management operations, as well as water and energy consumption, avoiding unnecessary irrigation application and energy loss and better scheduling other crop management and field operations.
Frequent field visits
The highly qualified Irriga Global field team is continuously up to date and personally supporting the grower and customers in irrigation management by regular field visits during the season.
Our customer service and field service are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with highly trained technicians capable of solving technical and agronomic issues related to irrigation. With the average response time of less than 60 minutes, we support our client’s needs in real time.
Android and iOS Apps
Weather Monitoring Stations
Field Monitoring Stations
Agrochemical Applications conditions
GDA/HU Monitoring System
Full technical report
Final harvest reports
PEST AND INSECT MONITORING
The insect monitoring service consists of installing pheromone traps to detect both the pest’s presence and density. It also determines when the population of the insect/pest reaches the critical level of economic damage. These traps send daily images that are processed and evaluated electronically and certified by an entomologist. This professional performs the daily analysis of the images and feeds the system with quantitative data, generating reports and graphs of the incidence of insects in the crop. Based on the data, the grower can determine the time of action more precisely and limit the unnecessary use of insecticides, which can be used as a last resort.
ONLINE ENERGY MANAGEMENT
Online energy management allows the property’s energy consumption and each irrigated field to be monitored daily, making irrigation planning and energy consumption reduction easier for the grower. This tool aims to reduce costs, eliminate energy fines, properly understand the demand according to the needs, and prioritize the energy use when necessary. This helps the grower to operate at off rush hours and reduced fees or extra costs.