FoliMatch™: Foliar nutrition program in 3 steps

The upgraded version allows growers to plan and optimize foliar nutrition of their crops more accurately and more easily
October 12, 2020
FoliMatch™: Foliar nutrition program in 3 steps

Haifa Group launches a new version of the foliar fertilization app. The upgraded version allows growers to plan and optimize foliar nutrition of their crops more accurately and more easily.
Haifa Group announces the launching of a new version of FoliMatch™, a personal assistant for foliar spraying in 3 steps. FoliMatch™ app generates accurate fertilization recommendations based on location parameters, and considering specific phenology stages of the crop.

The new version features fine-tuned recommendations for 22 different crops, improved user interface, customized recommendations to suit user's location, built-in option to share foliar nutrition programs, option to find near-by fertilizer shops. With choice of 11 interface languages and optional conversion between different measuring systems, the FoliMatch™ is ready to be used anywhere around the globe.

 

     

 

Operation of the The FoliMatch™ app is simple and straightforward. Upon opening the app retrieves actual weather conditions at the grower's location. After answering two yes/no questions about the crop's water status and the content of the spray tank, the app instantly determines suitability of foliar spraying.
At the next step, the grower enters data about the crop, the plot, the applied fertilizer and the spraying method (ground or aerial) – all within a single screen.  The app now provides recommendation of spray concentration and volume, and calculates the quantities required to cover the whole area.

"The upgraded FoliMatch™ is another step that Haifa Group takes to accomplish our Farmer's Mind attitude", says Mr. Natan Feldman, VP Marketing, Business development & Innovation. "We draft our profound knowledge to provide growers worldwide with a handy tool to make ease their work and to make it more efficient - to help them grow better crops".

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