Small Farms Resources at NC A&T State University

Apps

Mobile Apps for Agriculture

FarmLogs allows you to record information on planting, spraying, harvesting, weather and more. You can also watch the markets to get the best prices for grain, schedule operations, and visualize rainfall throughout the growing season.

Farm Manager helps growers to record information on crops, chemicals, machinery and livestock throughout the year.

Fertilizer Removal by Crop will help you determine how many nutrients you’re removing from your soil. The goal is to help you when planning your fertilizer applications and yield goals. You can either save the results in the app or email them to yourself or your agronomist.

Field Guide helps you to identify problem pests while you’re out in your field. You can browse weeds and insects by name and view photos and read control recommendations.

Growing Degree Days allows growers to measure the maturity of a crop based on current and historical data. A mapping system allows you to see the data in different areas.

Harvest Loss Calculator allows you to determine how much of your crop will be left in the field after harvest. Enter the crop, number of seeds/kernals you count on the ground in a square foot, and the app will calculate your harvest loss in bushels/acre and pounds/acre.

Mix Tank is designed to assist agricultural applicators with the proper tank mixing sequence of crop protection products. Mix Tank also captures product use rates and application information with Mix Sheets and conveniently maintains accurate Spray Logs for easy record keeping.

Seeding Rate Calculator An app designed to help you calculate how much seed is needed to produce a desired plant population when calibrating your seeder.

SoilWeb GPS based, real-time access to USDA-NRCS soil survey data, formatted for mobile devices. This application retrieves graphical summaries of soil types associated with the user’s current geographic location. Images are linked to detailed information on the named soils

YieldCheck provides growers with a simple way to calculate and store corn yield estimates. Users can organize estimates based on client, farm, and field. Also see the location of all of your estimates on a map with satellite imagery.

FarmLogs allows you to record information on planting, spraying, harvesting, weather and more. You can also watch the markets to get the best prices for grain, schedule operations, and visualize rainfall throughout the growing season.

Fertilizer Removal by Crop will help you determine how many nutrients you’re removing from your soil. The goal is to help you when planning your fertilizer applications and yield goals. You can either save the results in the app or email them to yourself or your agronomist.

Field Guide helps you to identify problem pests while you’re out in your field. You can browse weeds and insects by name and view photos and read control recommendations.

Growing Degree Days allows growers to measure the maturity of a crop based on current and historical data. A mapping system allows you to see the data in different areas.

Harvest Loss Calculator allows you to determine how much of your crop will be left in the field after harvest. Enter the crop, number of seeds/kernals you count on the ground in a square foot, and the app will calculate your harvest loss in bushels/acre and pounds/acre.

Mix Tank is designed to assist agricultural applicators with the proper tank mixing sequence of crop protection products. Mix Tank also captures product use rates and application information with Mix Sheets and conveniently maintains accurate Spray Logs for easy record keeping.

Seeding Rate Calculator An app designed to help you calculate how much seed is needed to produce a desired plant population when calibrating your seeder.

SoilWeb GPS based, real-time access to USDA-NRCS soil survey data, formatted for mobile devices. This application retrieves graphical summaries of soil types associated with the user’s current geographic location. Images are linked to detailed information on the named soils.

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