Recent developments in Greenlight Grower Management

October is here ladies and gentlemen! Post-harvest is in full swing and the planning for next season has begun in earnest.

As always, it’s a busy time on farm and amongst this hive of activity, we’re very pleased to wrap up another quarter in Greenlight Grower Management. Here’s a summary of the some of the developments we’ve made in the last 3 months, based on your feedback;

Time Saving

We took a really strong focus on time saving efficiencies following feedback that we needed to make mass administration quicker and easier. We have developed some helpful new features to support our users, including being able to edit multiple crops, fields and nutrient calculations, at the same time.

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Better data, better crops

A great new report that’s been really well received, our Nutrient Planning Report, shows the nutrients requirement for each crop and how this is being satisfied by your manure and fertilizer applications throughout the year. This helps you to maximize yields and optimise the nutrient profile of your crops. Not only that, the report will show N-Max limits for those in Nitrogen Vulnerable Zones and allows you to view the last soil analysis result for each field.

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24/7 Help at your fingertips

We took your feedback onboard that our ‘help’ content needed to be more accessible and user-friendly round the clock, not just when our office is open. We were really pleased to launch a new feature that allows you to search a range of content, including videos and written guides. There’s an FAQ section too, and if you still can’t find what you’re looking, given all that content, you can even leave a question for our support team to follow up with you.

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You can find all of the new developments we’ve made to Grower Management throughout 2019 here. If you’d like to talk about how to get the best out of your solution, please get in touch any time, we’d be delighted to help.

By Mark Phelps | Head of Marketing

Published: 2nd October 2019

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