AGRICULTURAL PLATFORM “OPTIMA”
Agricultural business management platform. The platform has several significant differences. The main feature is that the platform covers all components of the agricultural business: technology and equipment, trade, land bank, logistics and processing, insurance and finance. enterprise management and monitoring. And it gives not only information, but also generates a solution. And these are solutions for different levels of tasks. From the decision on the choice of sowing seeds, the optimal timing of sowing, fertilization to a global assessment of sales markets, logistics and supply chains.
Such an approach and such opportunities are opened up by the latest technologies: satellite and drone monitoring, IIoT technologies, professional experience of agronomists and businessmen, but the main thing is that all these diverse processes are combined into a single automated management system / decision making /. These are cognitive technologies for the formation of special knowledge and cognitive analysis of incoming information.
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In addition, models of metabolic processes in the soil are built on the platform, and what is very important for the correct application of fertilizers and tillage, and a plant development model, taking into account the main influencing factors: soil, moisture and mineral composition, and nutrition, variety characteristics, weather conditions, diseases and pests. etc. processes Processing
Change in the concentration of mobile nutrients in the soil with a change in the content of soil microflora.
The influence of various groups of biologically active substances on the absorption capacity of plants
Development of technology for obtaining biologically active substances (vitamins, amino acids, etc.) from yeast cells by decompression
Changing of the concentration of mobile nutrients in soil when changing the content of soil microflora.
Influence of different groups of biologically active substances on the absorption capacity of plants