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MYFARMWEB™ platform collates large volumes of data captured from various sources including:

  • aerial photos
  • soil physical and soil chemical maps
  • topographic maps
  • leaf analysis
  • yield maps
  • AIRBUS VERDE biophysical parameters

Data captured by IoT (Internet of Things) devices such as:

  • soil moisture probes
  • tracking devices
  • micro weather stations




Soils arranged on a taxonomic system, from general to specific qualities. Reports include soil form maps with crop potential differences, plant available water capacity, effective root depth, possible anaerobic conditions, management practice recommendations, representative soil moisture probe positions and variable seeding and fertilization maps. Management practise recco’s, including possible moisture probe positions.


Correction of soil nutrient status can have as much as a 30% effect on the final yield. Top-/sub-soil samples are taken on a GPS grid. Samples are analysed at an ISO-accredited laboratory for pH, phosphorous, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and sodium. Several other chemical properties are also determined.


The MicroLife Research Centre is Agri Technovation’s laboratory based in Wellington, Western Cape, South Africa.


Min/max norms and the relationships between the elements, used to compile crop-specific risk profiles. Offers individual leaf analysis and determines which elements are in shortage or in excess in the plant tissue. Provides reports with interpretations and recommendations to correct nutrient imbalances. Identification of nutritional profiles of various crops and cultivars.


Petiole (Nu Petiole) allows the monitoring of a selection of major trace elements using state-of-the-art analytical instruments through the analysis of petioles.


Testing chemical residues on fruits/vegetables/nuts according to industry standards for export purposes.


Analysis and interpretation of water and corrective recommendations.
ITEST Water suitability analysis:
irrigation, human/animal consumption, spraying, compatibility with foliar products for application through irrigation, total organic carbon (TOC), particle size distribution and spray water properties.


Moisture probes
Live data of soil moisture
Decision support tool for inputs
Irrigation scheduling


Composite weather data and/or your on-farm weather stations.
Real time data, influencing timely farm practices.


Chemical analysis of fertilizer, lime, gypsum, compost, animal feeds and growth media.


With the use of yield maps and production costs, My Profitability™ can be used to see which areas of the farm were profitable and which were not.


MYDATA™ Mining service provides insight into the performance of cultivars across the chemical and physical properties of various soils, by examining patterns identified in large data sets.


Weekly maps of pest and disease incidences.
Pest and disease occurrence is linked to a timeline as well as geographical coordinates.
Identify problem areas in the orchard or field to optimally apply zone-based precautions.
By using a cellphone or tablet, the trap and scout data is synchronised with a pest-gathering template. Pest surveys represented as electronic maps. Seasonal and weekly hotspots are represented visually.