1. Differential management
The knowledge of the variability allows us to carry out a personalized management, applying the necessary inputs, when they are necessary.
For example, knowing the variability of the soil's water retention capacity, the farmer will be able to sectorize correctly and apply the necessary irrigation differentially.
If the farmer injects CO2 into his protected crop, he will have to know the level of solar radiation to avoid injecting if there is not enough light.
2. Improvement in production quality
Carrying out controlled agricultural management with information, apart from reducing the unnecessary consumption of inputs (water, fertilizersand energy), a higher quality production is achieved, or more marketable kilos.
3. Greater control and security
That its management is within the appropriate parameters and know how to proceed when these go out of range.
4. Reduces the environmental impact of agriculture through the proper application of inputs and through the reduction of leaching.