Instant traceability recalls, with 100% accuracy. Trace tobacco back to a grower, area of land/field, crop batch/patch and all inputs and their related suppliers & batch/lot details. If you use farmsoft Post Harvest software for tobacco processing, you can even trace product all the way to customers and invoices.
Easy with auto creation of tasks to guide teams through the best tobacco farming processes. Plan the entire years tobacco crops with just a few clicks! Reduce administration and traceability costs costs by collecting data during farming, reducing the burden on the admin team, and delivering automatic reporting without needing to compile reports manually.
Farm tasks can be created automatically, you check their accuracy and adjust them if the weather or other conditions change. The farming team is guided through farm tasks ensuring work is done at the right time using correct materials, and compliance data is captured at every critical point.
You know that feeling you get in the pit of your stomach when you know the auditors are coming the next day? Forget about about it. Using farmsoft, you have the confidence that you can do instant recalls, and generate any traceability, farm summaries, and farm records in a matter of seconds.
View costs in real time, down to a spcific patch/block, or by farm site, crop, and variety. Never have production cost shocks again. Budgets are automatically created by the best practice system and allow projections for any period of time into the future, down to the application of a spcific spray chamical or fertilizer.
Optionally use farmsoft Post Harvest packing solutions that seamlessly integrate with the vertical farming software for a complete enterprise management solution. Learn more here.
“the best software we have reviewed in a long time. We think farmsoft is one of the best fresh produce management software for fruit, vegetable, and flowers. Recommended for medium to large sized company. Excellent score 9/10.
“Traceability and reporting has been excellent. Third party auditors have been more than impressed with the traceability. - Garwood Orchards, IL. USA ”
“farmsoft has provided us with a system that meets all of our business requirements and more. Implementation, support and customer service has been second to none and of a standard l have not witnessed before ” - MURRARY RIVER ORGANICS, VIC, AUS.
"There is something here for every packhouse of small, medium, and large size. Inventory control and maintenance of traceability is made very easy using farmsoft"
Record farm records in the field from phone or tablet, or in the office using PC. Simple interfaces and bar code scanning of inventory used delivers easy data entry.
Monitor costs and estimated costs in real time, accurately, at any time. Automatic budgets project materials and cash flow required well in advance.
farmsoft has handy functionality for every farm, including: Full inventory management & stock take, multi farm & multi site (multiple farms run independently in one group), comprehensive reporting and more...
The best practice module delivers an ever evolving formula thats used to project farming task dates, materials, labor, and equipment required. Ensuring correct tasks are performed at the correct time - never say "Oh, we forgot to do that.." again!
Compliance with international GAP and food safety standards allows easy crop recalls, traceability, and pesticide and controlled substance monitoring and reporting.
You can use farmsoft over the cloud if you like. No hardware, no administration, low implementation costs. Fast implementation.
For larger farms, a locally installed solution can be provided to ensure maximum reliability in locations where the internet can be axed or unreliable.
Managed training services from an experienced solution consultant delivers rapid deployment. On-site and remote training options available. Dedicated support consultant, and central support services for all farmsoft clients. Years of providing real world solutions has refined farmsofts deployment process to make it fast, and minimize disruption to the business.
Ok, we don't really build rockets. But we can tailor farmsoft to match your exact businesses requirements. No two businesses have the same goals and operating processes. We understand this, and have a team of talented young rocket scientists to deliver an outstanding solution with 100% fit.
Ok, this is really detailed, if you watch this - you will become a farmsoft expert! You can see how common business processes are supported by farmsoft. farmsoft is flexible, there are serveral ways to do everything - giving you the choice to choose the best processes for your business.
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Vertical farming is the practice of producing food in vertically stacked layers, such as in a skyscraper, used warehouse, or shipping container. The modern ideas of vertical farming use indoor farming techniques and controlled-environment agriculture (CEA) technology, where all environmental factors can be controlled. These facilities utilize artificial control of light, environmental control (humidity, temperature, gases...) and fertigation. Some vertical farms use techniques similar to greenhouses, where natural sunlight can be augmented with artificial lighting and metal reflectors.
The term "vertical farming" was coined by Gilbert Ellis Bailey in 1915 in his book Vertical Farming. His use of the term differs from the current meaning—he wrote about farming with a special interest in soil origin, its nutrient content and the view of plant life as "vertical" life forms, specifically relating to their underground root structures. Modern usage of the term "vertical farming" usually refers to growing plants in layers, whether in a multistory skyscraper, used warehouse, or shipping container.
Several companies have brought forth the concept of stacking recycled shipping containers in urban settings. Freight Farms produces a "leafy green machine" that is a complete farm-to-table system outfitted with vertical hydroponics, LED lighting and intuitive climate controls built within a 12 m × 2.4 m shipping container. Podponics has built a large scale vertical farm in Atlanta consisting of over 100 stacked "growpods". A similar farm is currently under construction in Oman.
A commercial high-rise farm such as the 'Vertical Farm' has never been built, yet extensive photographic documentation and several historical books on the subject suggest that research on the subject was not diligently pursued. New sources indicate that a tower hydroponicum existed in Armenia prior to 1951.
Proponents argue that, by allowing traditional outdoor farms to revert to a natural state and reducing the energy costs needed to transport foods to consumers, vertical farms could significantly alleviate climate change produced by excess atmospheric carbon. Critics have noted that the costs of the additional energy needed for artificial lighting, heating and other vertical farming operations would outweigh the benefit of the building's close proximity to the areas of consumption. However, a recent study published in the Journal of Agricultural Engineering and Biotechnology has utilized inexpensive metal reflectors to supply sunlight to the plants.
One of the earliest drawings of a tall building that cultivates food was published in Life Magazine in 1909. The reproduced drawings feature vertically stacked homesteads set amidst a farming landscape. This proposal can be seen in Rem Koolhaas's Delirious New York. Koolhaas wrote that this 1909 theorem is 'The Skyscraper as Utopian device for the production of unlimited numbers of virgin sites on a metropolitan location'.