GPS technology is currently used for more than just monitoring tractors filled with goods or fleet vehicles driven by service technicians.
GPS tracking devices and monitoring are used to track people, pets and even telephones.
They can provide information about the use and movement of vehicles or equipment. So how is GPS tracking and monitoring used to simplify agriculture?
Reduce Manual Labor Required for the Use of Tractors
Farms and agricultural businesses that manage dozens and hundreds of hectares have enough areas to cover. Literally!
GPS tracking and monitoring tools can simplify agricultural and agricultural tasks such as:
- Pest control
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This will help save money and time by reducing fuel consumption and additional manual labor requirements.
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Target Specific Areas that Need Plant Dust
Plant dust is important for the success or failure of agricultural crops. With the negative effects it has on the environment and the plants themselves, farmers are looking for ways to minimize the area of care that is not infected.
Using a GPS solution, workers can record the geographical location of insect problems.
This data can then be used to treat only those specific areas, preventing unnecessary treatment of all agricultural areas and protecting the health of non-infected plants.