Any time we detect something in a field that appears out of the ordinary, you’ll receive an automatic alert telling you which field to investigate.
"The alert was on the southeast side of the field. We might have missed how bad the grasshoppers were because we were checking the wrong spot."Zac Y., Texas
Identify in-season yield threats that may affect your bottom line.
Prioritize your scouting efforts when you don’t have time to manually review your Crop Health Imagery.
Determine if an in-season rescue plan for stressed crops is needed.
Thadd K. is a farmer that grows corn and soybeans on a 3,200 acre farm near Lester, Iowa. Last season, Thadd received a Crop Health Alert on one of his corn fields. After scouting the area indicated by the alert he discovered Goss’s Wilt.
"After receiving the alert, I went out and checked the fields. At first I wasn’t sure if I’d find anything, but when I got out to the field I found the beginning stages of Goss’s Wilt... Since I was able to catch it early on, I watched it throughout the season."Thadd K., Iowa
FarmLogs monitors the health of your crop against a baseline of how the field typically performs. That field’s baseline is calculated by using historical satellite imagery that dates back to 2009, along with images of the same season.
An alert is only sent when plant growth looks different than normal for a specific area in your field, which means you shouldn’t get notified unless we detect something out of the ordinary for that particular field.