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How is my data connected and structured in Farmable?
How is my data connected and structured in Farmable?

Read how Farmable structures all your data in a field-centric way

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Written by Max Bangen
Updated over a week ago

New and future precision agriculture technologies require that data and information on the farm are managed in a unified structure. That's why Farmable automatically organizes all your data in a field-centric way.

This way, your fields (a polygon shape) become the underlying data model in Farmable that structures and connects all your data.

All your actions in the App and Web Portal are considered data points, which are constantly and automatically connected to a field. In more practical terms, whenever you create a spray job, take a note, log hours worked, create harvest entries etc., on your farm, we connect every action and link information directly to the field.

That means data and information can be extracted from the farm database whenever needed for reviews, analytics or reporting. All data points have a standardized time stamp, enabling analyzing trends over time.

This opens for simple benchmarking and ad hoc analytics such as:

  • How much product is used on my farm?

  • How many hours are spent on different job types?

  • What team is more productive?

  • Whatever you want to ask…

Example: Creating a spray report for audit

Consider that you want to create a report for an audit. The information should include your spray jobs for a specific period in a particular field.

The information needed for your report can then be downloaded with a few clicks because your job details are all part of your field-centric farm database. Because the job is connected to the right field, the report will automatically include required details for your audit, such as the product with its withholding period, application rate etc., the cause and equipment, the operator and weather at the time of the spray.

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