Monitoring and Evaluation

AgroMall’s crop monitoring service helps farmers and clients to monitor crops during their growth, harvesting and through to the first storage point – minimising any potential risks of losses. Our extensive experience of the agriculture sector, network of agronomists, extension agents and other expert’s underscore our delivery of best in class monitoring services.

Yield Assessment and Prediction

AgroMall offers a comprehensive and independent crop scouting service in the growing season, as well as yield evaluation before the harvest.

AgroMall’s crop monitoring program

This combines field visits during the development stage with pre-harvest measurements and harvest monitoring. Our crop monitoring service embraces field visits and qualitative and quantitative issues assessment. For our farmers and clients, we carry out:

  • Geo-referencing areas.
  • Verification of the available land for cultivation.
  • Survey of cultivated varieties.
  • Productivity estimates for potential production calculation.
  • Identification of developmental stage.
  • Verification of phytosanitary aspects.
  • Evaluation of agro-meteorological aspects.
  • Verification of crop and soil management.
  • Estimated time of harvest.
  • Real-time digital dashboards and report and yield prediction.

We highlight and evaluate the factors that may influence productivity, creating clear and conclusive final reports that can inform our cleints’ decision-making.

We monitor crop development and also track the activities relating to harvest and the receipt of the crop into the storage and/or processing units.

AgroMall’s field monitoring services to clients include

  • Monitoring of the vegetative growth.
    Re-evaluation, if necessary, of the estimated productivity and suitability of potential production.
    Recording incidence of pests and diseases, as well as analysing the control schedule.
    Evaluation of agro-meteorological aspects.
    Inspection of management of crop and soil.
    Analysis of factors that could cause a decrease in production.
    Monitoring and measuring of the fields along the fronts of the harvest.
    Issuing daily reports including details of the harvested area, estimated yield of the product and destination.
    Tracking of the products.
    Confirmation of receipt of the products at the storage and/or processing units.
    Comparison between received and estimated production output.
    Verification of possible product deviations.
    Creation of reports containing a total receipt of products from the areas being monitored.
    Real-time digital dashboards and report on harvest activities.