Our research over the last two years has led to the

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Our research over the last two years has led to the
Integrated Control Network for Greenhouses
Our research over the last two years has led to the development of a
tool,
that will revolutionise the way we irrigate and fertilise
any crop type grown in soil (
) or
substrate (
).
Using the most reliable sensors and our 30 years of experience in the
intensive farming sector, we have created an automated system that
collects information about what’s happening around the root in the soil or
substrate, as well as data about the plant’s surroundings, in other words,
the climate.
This new system leads to significant water and fertiliser savings because
the amounts used are much more exact and rational, so the irrigation
equipment works as effectively as possible.
Before we can make decisions, we need information.
is
the tool – the computer – gathers all the information about the plant’s
surroundings and passes it on to the technicians and farmers, who can
then choose the correct fertiliser dose. The resulting savings mean more
profitable and sustainable farming with less pollution.
Please do not hesitate to request a demonstration of this new technology.
Greetings.
Jose Manuel Pérez
C/ Bastidor, 15
04715 El Ejido (Almería)
Tlf.: 950 570 203
Integrated Control Network for Greenhouses
is an information and control system manages climate,
irrigation and soil parameters, individually or as a whole, to monitor
greenhouse crops in modern farms.
is the state-of-the art computer (nanotechnology,
fibre optics, images, connectivity, training, etc.) with multiple sensors
instantly provides all current and archived information, to be used to
manage intensive crop farming in a Mediterranean climate.
C/ Bastidor, 15
04715 El Ejido (Almería)
Tlf.: 950 570 203

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