Our company is very experienced in agricultural production consultancy (plant nutrition / plant protection). We carry out this service together with our Agricultural Engineers and valuable academicians in various universities.
For plant nutrition, a program is designed by especially focusing on climate/weather factors, soil factors and plant-specific factors,. Besides, implementations of programs are carried out in accordance with phenological calendar of the plant in question.
The basic climate/weather, soil and plant-specific factors considered are as follows;
Air temperature & humidity, wind speed, wind direction, Evapotranspiration, rainfall, orgnic matter content, soil structure, macro & micro element levels, root depth, soil temperature&humidity, type of plant, date of planting, row width, plant pests & pathogens, weeds etc.
Plant nutrition programs in line with phenological calendar are prepared in accordance with analysis conducted and decisions made. Technological methods are also used to support decisions, when needed.
We can offer the following agricultural production consultancy services in accordance with cost preference of our customers:
-Conventional Method: In accordance with results of soil analysis, plant nutrient requirements are determined and as a result, an effective and qualified plant nutrition (fertilizer) program is designed. Such plant nutrition programs are implemented in connection with periodic observations at the field.
In terms of plant protection, periodic site controls are conducted in order to determine specific dates/times when diseases and pests are active. In relation to such determinations, appropriate pest and disease management policies are decided. Implementations of pest and disease management policies may vary with plant-specific phenology.
- Advanced Technological Method: In connection with size of land, location, plant type and soil type, it is possible to measure macro and micro nutrient deficiencies or to diagnose problems regarding irrigation via satellite or drone-based analysis, smart remote sensors or portable devices.
While conducting such studies in fields, specific zones where nutrition deficiency, over irrigation or insufficient irrigation, pest and disease infestation and low crop yield constitute a problem can be identified. Additionaly,soil salinity (Ec) and pH value can also be measured by test kits. By using a remote sensing and camera based pheromone trap, pest emergence may also be detected timely.
Thanks to such technologies (satellite, drones and remote sensors) employed and routine site visits, plant diseases and pests can be indetified earlier, which is highly critical for level of success in fighting with those.