Optimize Field Planning and Registration with Cluster Facility!

Cluster means, that you can merge several fields into one (= ‘Cluster’) in Agrinavia FIELD. You can work with them as one field, when it comes to planning, sowing, spraying, harvest etc.

Also, if you must split up fields to comply with regulations from the authorities, e.g. each field is only allowed a size of 30 hectares, you can have the split in your field plan, but handle them as one Cluster when it comes to your own registration and treatments in the field(s).

Agrinavia Cluster Helps You Save Time and Resources

If you have five fields to manage, it can be an advantage to merge the fields administratively. However, if you have up to 15 different fields to handle, each on which the work in the field needs to be planned and carried out, there is a lot of time to be saved by only handling one cluster of fields. Furthermore, it creates a much better overview of the day to day work on the farm.

Fields can be merged into Clustersacross farms, owners, or crops. And if the farmer has several different fields, that are geographically far apart, these can be administratively merged into Clusters as well.

Cluster in Agrinavia MOBILE

You have the possibility to work with Clusters not only on your PC in the office, but also on your mobile phone using the Agrinavia MOBILE app. This provides a high level of flexibility in how you use and work with Clusters. Standing in the field (or elsewhere) you can retrieve Cluster data directly from your mobile phone. This is a big help, if for instance you are in doubt as to how you have merged the fields, what treatment they are to be subjected to as a cluster, or you wish to change the planned treatment.

The Benefits of Working with Cluster

You can work with Cluster on some of the levels mentioned above, and then at the same time work with individual smaller fields on other of the mentioned levels depending on the problem in the field.

Benefits for you:

  • Save time
  • Efficient workflows
  • Better overview
  • More flexibility.

These benefits can ultimately lead to a better economy on the farm.