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Enhancing Crop Supply Predictability

Empower Your Supply Management with Advanced Agricultural Insights

Agritask optimizes, influences, and foresees yields, enabling risk mitigation during the season.

How to enhance crop supply predictability?

Planting

At Agritask, we streamline the reporting process and provide comprehensive analytics to monitor planting progress at scale, per region, and per variety. Our capabilities allow companies to compare against historical data, and mitigate risks associated with late or early planting.

planting
Crop conditions

Crop Conditions Monitoring

Companies gain access to highly accurate and granular reports on crop conditions. This visibility enables informed decision-making, allowing companies to adjust commercial strategies based on expected yield variations, thereby maximizing profitability in both favorable and adverse conditions.

Quantity and Quality Estimations

Agritask facilitates quantity and quality evaluations through advanced sampling methodologies. Companies can generate efficient yield evaluations, reducing labor-intensive processes and ensuring representative sampling, ultimately optimizing resource allocation and improving supply predictability.

Enhance crop supply predictability
Harvest

Harvest

During harvest, Agritask manages operational aspects to optimize resources and schedules, thereby increasing yield quantity and quality. Our platform empowers companies to streamline harvesting operations efficiently, resulting in improved outcomes and enhanced supply chain performance.

Agricultural Supply Chain - Knowledge Hub

Yield management

Yield Management Module

Complete Crop Oversight: From Planting to Harvest with Agritask’s platform

Production Optimization – From Seed to Factory

Production Optimization - From Seed to Factory

Continuous, real-time visibility into agricultural production, monitoring quality and yield

Agricultural Blindspot

Bridging the Agricultural Blindspot

How can the agricultural supply chain overcome the blind spot related to crop cultivation?