Prevent spray drift with new crop mapping technology: SataCrop

Tuesday, 25th June 2019 // Breaking News, Featured // Comments (0)

Cotton Australia is excited to announce a new era in spray drift prevention with the release of SataCrop in partnership with Precision Crop Technologies (PCT).

SataCrop uses a colour-code system to map all crops.

After a successful trial at Emerald in Queensland’s Central Highlands, the new mapping tool is now available for the 2019/2020 summer season.

SataCrop is a digital platform that maps all crops, not just cotton, allowing growers and applicators of all products to be better informed before spraying.

The new technology requires growers to only map their fields once and has the ability to import field boundaries from compatible software such as PCT, SST, Farmworks, John Deere and Agworld.

Any farmers interested in using SataCrop need to email Ben Boughton at ben@pct-agcloud.com

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