Our tips for preparing for the new season to make it as successful as possible. Includes, adding cropping to your farm map, planning work, sharing with your team, tracking data and using NDVI imagery.
Thank you for using fieldmargin this year. It has been a pleasure working with you all. This week we have released some updates to notes and tasks. The mobile note creation flow has been improved so it is even easier to add notes on the go and attach them to your fields. On the web … Continue reading Seasons greetings!
If you follow us on Twitter, you may have seen us getting a bit excited earlier in the week about Agri-Innovation Den – farming’s answer to Dragon's Den (with slightly less scary judges!). We applied to Agri-Innovation den back in June, and were incredibly honoured to find out that we had made it to the finals. … Continue reading Agri-Innovation Den
We have been speaking to a lot of farmers. Of the many hard things about farming, paperwork and bureaucracy seem to be the cause of the biggest headaches. Millions of acres of land and hundreds of thousands of people work every day to produce crops, meat and dairy in the UK. However, farmers today are … Continue reading Pushing the boundaries
We're incredibly excited to say that the fieldmargin app is now available to download on the Apple App Store! Fear not, Android users - we'll be releasing fieldmargin to the Google Play Store in the next few weeks. The team here at fieldmargin have been working hard over the past few months to make sure the … Continue reading fieldmargin is available to download!
Although not exhibiting this year, the fieldmargin team made the trip from London to Cambridgeshire for Cereals 2016 last week. It was a particularly exciting trip for the newer members of the team, and was a great opportunity to talk to farmers and agronomists about the fieldmargin app. Our new recruits were particularly enthralled with … Continue reading Cereals 2016
The UK has rich history of farming. Millions of acres of land and hundreds of thousands of people work every day to produce crops, meat and dairy, just as it has been for hundreds of years. However, farming in the UK is now in crisis. The number of farms are declining, we are importing … Continue reading Why Open Data is the key to innovation in farming