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Plant app update: The Hydraulic monitoring layer, Fruit maps and much more!

We're happy to share our latest Plant app update. Beside adding fruit size and fruit growth maps for an area or a block, here are other new features, designed to help growers simplify and optimize their day-to-day horticultural practices:

Total visibility in the palm of your hand

The Plant Mobile app now includes the hydraulic monitoring layer (already available on the web app). With one click growers can toggle between plant status, pressure (in each block) and their hydraulic components' overview.

From there, growers can view the irrigation room and access each component to view its status and alerts. They can also choose the list view and with few clicks operate their pump directly from the mobile.

Web app: Soil moisture and soil temperature data

Growers can now toggle between the soil's root-zone and profile view, and we've also added soil temperature graphs.

Fruit maps are here!

Reaching the desired fruit size in the right timing is one of the main goals of fruit growers.

By giving growers real-time size and growth data via our fruit sensors, and comparing the progress to a trajectory defined by them, growers can use irrigation tactics to influence their fruit size until it reaches its size on harvest time.

Now we made things even more simpler by adding fruit maps to our Plant mobile app. Growers can see the average fruit size or fruit growth for a certain variety in an area, or click on a plot to see its specific fruit data. Viewing the maps, growers can easily understand in which blocks fruits are under or oversized or in which location fruits are falling below their graph, and take quick actions to change their course. Filtering by variety is another feature to enhance visibility.

"The added maps further support growers quick and smart decision making for optimizing their produce", says Monitoring and Analysis products manager, Omer Sagee, "It's like a Waze for fruit growing. Growers put in the destination, see their 'car' on the map, and navigate it until it reaches its target. For example, optimizing Brix with a deficit irrigation tactic is much more accurate when you're viewing both the tree and the fruit reaction to the irrigation"


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