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What is meant by causes and products?

Understand what the terms are used for in Farmable

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Written by Russell Davison
Updated over a week ago

Farmable uses the terms products and causes when dealing with crop treatments.

A Cause can be any reason you are giving to carry out a treatment. A few examples of causes:

  • Pests (e.g. aphids, fruit flies, mites, beetles)

  • Diseases (e.g. root rot, canker, powdery mildew, rust)

  • Nutrition (give any reason for the fertilizer treatment)

It is important that you list the causes individually as you treat different things. Then, they are stored with your job logs and treatment report in a way that you can easily use them for crop audits and spray diary records.

A Product is any input you use on-farm for crop treatment. Add the following to your product list:

  • Herbicides

  • Fungicides

  • Insecticides

  • Fertilizers

  • Copper

  • Wetting agents

Enter them as individual products to your list. You can add extra details to each product based on product labels.

Adding more details will help you get the most out of Farmable's record-keeping and documentation features or our automatic alerts around product usage.

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