CanePro maintains a single centralized field disposition which is shared between all CanePro modules. This ensures that different departments in the organization are basing decisions on the same core field information.
Strict database security and audit controls ensure that the field information can only be viewed and changed by users with the necessary permissions.
CanePro’s field disposition includes historical, current and future field history records.
An organizational tree, encapsulating the hierarchical organization of an estate, groups the fields to any number of levels. This hierarchy is used as a reporting dimension and assigning operational responsibilities withing the organization.
Centralised field history records
Yield information updated automatically by weighbridge
Powerful graphical field analysis tools
Typically CanePro is interfaced with a weighbridge delivery system at the mill gate. This ensures that all yield information is updated automatically when a delivery record is captured at the weighbridge.
All field history information can be interrogated graphically using CanePro’s flexible graphical analysis tools, or spatially using the GIS module. This allows management to quickly identify trends and problems, thereby improving agronomic decision making.
CanePro also maintains complete records of agronomic data e.g. pest and disease sample records, soil and leaf analyses.
Field and agronomy records serve as input to other modules e.g. field records are the principal input into the harvest planner, and soil test data can be used to estimate fertilizer requirements in the Resource Planning module.