Roei Yaakobi - TieUp Farming

"The platform is an essential tool for field workers and remote managers alike"

TieUp Farming, a provider of advanced farm management software, will be participating in the upcoming Hort Connections trade show in Adelaide. The company will showcase their innovative modules for machinery and fertigation management, and offer an exclusive sneak peek at upcoming features.

"TieUp Farming's comprehensive farm management software assists medium to large-scale agribusinesses with spray task management, cost capturing, harvest management, and chemical and fertiliser usage monitoring. The cloud-based software amalgamates various farm functions into a single platform, streamlining operations and enabling cost and audit reporting at the touch of a button," explains Roei Yaakobi.

"One of TieUp Farming's most popular features, the Spray Diary module, facilitates the management of spray tasks, the capturing of costs, and the monitoring of farm chemical usage. With an intuitive interface accessible via desktop, mobile, or native applications—even offline—the platform is an essential tool for field workers and remote managers alike."

The Spray Diary module offers an array of benefits:

  • Assign tasks to yourself or field operators
  • Select spray areas and choose chemicals/fertilisers from your list
  • Generate warnings on withholding and re-entry periods
  • Streamline audit processes
  • Create spray tasks from mobile devices
  • Operate the platform offline
  • Access detailed, easy-to-understand information quickly
  • Mark and complete processes on-the-go
  • View nutrient and product breakdowns per Ha and per block/variety
  • Obtain a comprehensive cost analysis of your farm operation, including detailed chemical and fertiliser costs

Tie Up Farming will be at booth 240 during the Hort Connections trade show.

For more information:
Roei Yaakobi
Tie Up Farming
Tel: +61 402 276 625
roei@tieupfarming.com   
www.tieupfarming.com/ 


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