We all know how important it is to track our crop’s performance over the season.
The crop monitoring diaries page provides a view of all the diaries that have been submitted by your teams, letting you monitor the progress of your crops.
⏯ Watch this video to see how to enter crop monitoring diary using our mobile app: https://youtu.be/Rrj7h67HAiA
Below is the crop monitoring page, showing you a list of diaries that have been recorded:
To find the diary you are interested in, you can filter by
Alert level | A critical alert indicates that the crop is at a critical stage of development, it faces an urgent risk or some other action is required. So look out for this!
When you click on any diary entry, you can view the data that has been recorded, such as growth stages, observations and crop images as shown below:
This helps you monitor the crop progress, yield estimation, disease/defects, harvest date estimation and more! Two key features of observations include:
Variable | Each observation will have a variable and the recorded value.
Crop images | The crop monitoring diary map shows the exact location that the image was taken, as shown below:
If one image is taken, the pin will be for that images’ geolocation
If multiple images are taken, a co-ordinated pin for each image geolocation will show
If no image is taken, the geolocation at the time of CM submission will be shown
Editing CM diary
Editing date: Now you can click on the Date box and edit the dates:
Click on the calendar icon for the dropdown to appear:
Once the date is changed, click on the Save button at the bottom right corner of the page:
By clicking in the notes section of CM diaries, they will expand and become editable:
Once the comment is added, click on the Save button at the bottom right corner of the page:
If you wish to notify the owner of the changes, please click on the checkbox “Notify owner of changes”
You can now add images to the CM diaries, to do so, click on “Add Image” option:
Once the image is added, click on the Save button at the bottom right corner of the page:
A CM diary will be visible to you if:
Your team created it, or
The plot owner created it whilst the plot is shared with me
Crop monitoring does exactly what it says, it helps track your crop’s progress. This gives you an extra pair of eyes on the ground and helps you make important decisions later in the season.
Any questions? Please get in touch with our support team on firstname.lastname@example.org or through the mobile app.