May and June

The last two months have been a hot time for us all. First, the summer even here in Belarus proved to be a tropical one with temperatures often reaching +30 °С. Second, it has been a high season for all our fellow farmers. And third, we've been busy developing one important feature and arranging our first big business contract ✋

May and June

The last two months have been a hot time for us all. First, the summer even here in Belarus proved to be a tropical one with temperatures often reaching 30C+. Second, it has been a high season for all our fellow farmers. And third, we've been busy developing one important feature and arranging our first big business contract ✋
⚡ OneSoil + BASF = ❤️

We are now partnering with BASF, the largest chemical producer in the world. We agreed to cooperate on field boundary detection. We developed the technology that allows detecting field boundaries with a 5-meter accuracy using satellite images and this new technology further enhances the simplicity of BASF's xarvio™ Field Manager. It is a digital product helping farmers to improve and automate their crop production. Farmers can now select their fields in the xarvio Field Manager mobile app by simply tapping on their fields. It is a good start for us, indeed. Congratulations in the comments are most welcome.
⚡A new feature: notes and growth stages

Recently, we added the charts of growing degree-days and accumulated precipitation on the OneSoil web platform. From now on, you can mark the growth stages right on the charts and leave any type of note to keep all the info in one place. Easy-peasy!
Edit Growth Stage_OneSoil Blog
Growing degree-days allow us to predict plant growth stages. This info is crucial for planning field works such as fertilizer and pesticide application, as well as harvesting. Writing down the phenostages, you'll be able to analyze how the crop is developing on your own field with your specific weather conditions.

At the moment, you can mark growth stages and add notes for eight crop types (cereals, rapeseed, grapes, maize, beet, cotton, soybean, and sunflower) in 7 languages (English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and Russian). We're planning to extend the list of crops in the near future.

For more detailed information about tracking growing degree-days, precipitation, and growth stages, read our new blog article.
Other OneSoil web platform updates

Search
From now on, you can look for your saved fields by either typing their names or their crop type in the search field. You can also start entering the name of the city/country or some coordinates to find the required field and start working with it. There is also a small bonus for you. We have added inbuilt suggestions in the search function that will simplify your interaction with the OneSoil web app.
Delete all fields
Or several at a time. This is a useful option if you've uploaded some fields by mistake; or if you feel anxious; or if you have decided to quit your job. Whatever the reason for deleting all the fields in your account may be, now you can do it. Enjoy starting your e-life with OneSoil from scratch!

Adding field names from a file
You've been asking for this one for a long time, and here we go. Now, when uploading a file with field data, you can add field names from there.


⚡OneSoil Scouting update

We've upgraded our mobile app OneSoil Scouting! Let's see what's new.

A new 'Compass' feature
With this update, your location on the map also shows which direction you're heading.

Head right to the problem area
By clicking on the coordinates in the description of the saved note, you can open this area in Google Maps. Thus, you can build a route right to the problem area.

Also, we have made some technical improvements, so OneSoil Scouting has started to run faster!
⚡Two Webinars

We conducted our first seminars over the Internet, which was fun for us and around a hundred listeners. During the first webinar, Usevalad Henin, our specialist in precision farming, was discussing how OneSoil helps farmers to save time, money and effort. The second webinar was all about variable rate technologies and their implementation in the OneSoil web platform. We talked about ways to determine rates for phosphorus, potassium, and nitrogen. Also, Usevalad explained our algorithm used in building prescription maps.

The webinars were conducted in Russian but subtitles for the first video are already available and for the second one they are coming soon. To translate the subtitles from Russian to your language, please go to 'Subtitles' in the "Settings' section and click 'Translate'. After that, choose your language and enjoy watching the webinar.
"How OneSoil helps to save time and money"
"How to determine variable rates for fertilizers"
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