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Blog - 01.11.2022 - Release of agriPORT 5.0 | Important information!
Dear agriPORT user,we are pleased to announce agriPORT 5.0. The new version has many additional and improved functions and offers an even faster solution for your farming business.Between Thursday, 3rd of November 2022 and approximatelyTuesday, 8th of November we will switch to the new agriPORT version 5. During this time agriPORT will not be available.To ensure that you have all time-critical data available during that, please download all data required:1. During the time needed … Read more
Blog - 20.09.2022 - Tip of the month – Sensor check
Have your YARA N-Sensor® checked by a professional. Before starting the new season, make an appointment. Read more
Blog - 20.09.2022 - N-fertilizers scarce and expensive - therefore pay attention to highest n-efficiency!
In times when nitrogen is only available with difficulty and at very high prices, there can be no "business as usual" in fertilization. The status quo on many farms is that N is constantly applied to the field. But this benefits neither the good nor the bad crops - either too much or too little fertilizer is applied. However, this watering-can principle cannot achieve high N efficiency in arable farming. Read more
Blog - 20.09.2022 - Video: Smart Farming with Georg - The Autumn Scan
During the "Autumn Scan", farmers measure the current N uptake of winter cereal and winter oilseed rape crops with their YARA N-Sensor®. Why do they do this now, in autumn of all times? Our Georg will explain. Read more
Blog - 21.07.2022 - Note for agriPORT-users | The crop year change is coming!
On August 1, the automatic change to the new harvest year 2023 starts. Application maps that you have made in harvest year 2022 can only be exported in harvest year 2022. Read more
Blog - 08.05.2022 - The DVO costs farmers in Germany around 500 million euros. | 1
Based on data from real fertilization trials, agronomists have been able to quantify the resulting economic damage of the DVO in the range of 50 to 155 €/ha. Also, all data show that with halfway normal fertilization behavior there is no effect on the intended goal of the DVO. With fertilization at the optimum and below 100 kg N balance, there is no or only an insignificant correlation to the N output. The only way out of the dilemma is the orientation of fertilization on the basis of the respective annual optimum and the individual area. Read more