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Mar 26, 2024
CropX partnership to streamline drip irrigation management

CropX Technologies, a provider of digital farm management, announced an API integration with WiseConn, a precision drip irrigation solutions company, to improve data gathering and analytics for farmers.

WiseConn users will be able to seamlessly incorporate the CropX system into their precision irrigation network. WiseConn irrigation systems are used throughout North and South America, Europe and Australia.

CropX’s agronomic farm management system incorporates farm data from sensors, satellites, rain gauges and farm machinery into an advanced analytics platform to optimize decision-making and crop management. With the integration of WiseConn’s smart irrigation system, dual CropX and WiseConn users will now have access to as-applied data, including irrigation and fertilization records, directly within the CropX platform.

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WiseConn users will access CropX’s agronomically sound decision support for dynamic irrigation scheduling. This will allow farmers to move away from static schedules and instead personalize irrigation based on real-time conditions, optimizing water usage for each crop and field.

By combining advanced data analysis and automated irrigation control, WiseConn and CropX anticipate significant benefits for growers, including reduced water usage, increased crop yields, and enhanced resource management.

“This collaboration with CropX strengthens our commitment to providing farmers with the tools they need to make informed decisions and optimize their irrigation practices,” said Vicente Ossa, marketing manager for WiseConn. “By combining our expertise in precise irrigation management with CropX’s technology, we believe this integration has the potential to enhance irrigation management and contribute to a more sustainable future for agriculture.”

“We are excited to partner with WiseConn to bring even greater value to our mutual users. By integrating our cutting-edge technologies, we are empowering farmers to make more informed decisions, reduce water usage, and increase overall crop yields,” said Matan Rahav, vice president of corporate development of CropX.

For more information, visit cropx.com or wiseconn.com.




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