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We specifically designed AgNote with permanent crop characteristics in mind. AgNote will help you to manage important permanent crop details such as the kind of rootstock, the spacing of plants and rows, whether the plant variety is a pollinator, and the percentage of each variety planted in the field… Read More »


Unlike the planting information for permanent crops, which might not change for years, row crop information can change several times a year. The Row Crop management area allows you to quickly view and filter current plantings. There you can start planning your next season and just as easily you can view and compare previous plantings. It is all in one place, right at your fingertips… Read More »

In AgNote’s Produce Crop Management area, users can easily split fields into sections. AgNote will automatically validate to make sure that the combined section area does not exceed field area (acreage). The Produce (vegetable) Crop management allows you to plan up to three crops for the next calendar year… Read More »

Annual Harvest View is unique. In AgNote you can move any current Row Crop planting into Annual Harvest View. 

Annual Harvest View allows farmers to focus on each individual harvest. An ideal crop candidate for Annual Harvest View are crops which have multiple harvests in a calendar year… Read More »

In today’s farming, it is hard to imagine producing exceptional conventional crop yields without any spray applications. Along with the many benefits that spray applications offer, they also come with a huge regulatory responsibility… Read More »

Farming tasks such as tillage, planting, spraying, harvesting etc., are a significant part of the total time and cost to produce an exceptional yield. In AgNote, you do not have to guess how big or small that “significant” part is. Task management in AgNote can be configured from simple to very granular tracking… Read More »

Good irrigation management requires a solid understanding of crop water consumption, soil moisture, rainfall patterns, crop growth stage, and soil characteristics. Since irrigation water resources are scarce, many farmers need to adapt to new requirements and technologies. Different, more efficient irrigation systems need to be installed, such as drip, trickle, or sprinkler irrigation systems… Read More »

The Irrigation Water Source management area in AgNote is a dedicated place where you can quickly add, update, or view your water source information. Water Source management also includes mapping that allows you to view water source information on the map… Read More »

The goal of crop scouting is to identify potential problems before they become severe enough to cause economic damage. Scouting can help you determine when and where to apply pesticides and other management practices. It can also help you identify areas where you may need to adjust your management practices such as irrigation frequency or cultivation… Read More »

Crop reports and dashboards are essential tools for farmers to track and monitor farm’s performance. Reports provide granular data for further analysis. Dashboards are visual representations of this data that allow farmers to see trends and patterns quickly and easily… Read More »

If you are a farmer or farm manager, I’m sure you have received many requests for a map. It sure was the case for me when I worked as a farm manager. Trucking companies needed a map with directions, insurance and farm compliance service providers needed an updated map of what and where is planted. Here you can download an example map generated in AgNote. On this map you can see some notes and drawings added for clearer communication.… Read More »

Organic crop farming is increasing in popularity as people have become more thorough about the food they consume and where it comes from. But organic farming presents its own unique set of challenges, from weeds and diseases that can damage crops to lack of access to water and other resources. Another often overlooked challenge is the requirement for detailed farm activity documentation.… Read More »

AgNote is built so each account can manage many farms (companies). Or if you have one big farm with farm fields far apart, it can be beneficial to group farmland into named areas. Chances are that you are already doing that. In AgNote, it is extremely easy to create a new company under which you can group your farm fields. And from there you can track crop information such as inputs, sprays, irrigations, tasks, etc. separately for each company.… Read More »

Part of farming is ordering things which are needed to grow an exceptional crop. For example, farmers need seed to plant, fertilizer to supplement crops and spray products for the spray applications.

A lot of the ordering can be done by simply picking up the phone and calling the vendor. But if you are looking for a simple and quick Purchase Order (PO) generator for your farm, which will keep your Purchase Orders organized, NOW AgNote has one.… Read More »

Crop planning can be extremely critical for farmers, especially if the harvested crop needs to be delivered within a specified time window. Very often that is the case for vegetable growers. Where growers have a contract before planting the corp. In these cases, it is especially important that growers have a detailed plan of all the activities that need to take place from planting till harvest. .… Read More »

Farming is a complex and dynamic business that requires careful planning, coordination, and execution. One of the key aspects of farming is work order management. A practical work order management system will make farm management more effective.

However, many farmers struggle with creating and managing work orders, especially in the face of random daily activities, changing weather, market conditions, labor availability and many other factors.… Read More »

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