Fertilizer and liming journals. You can now declare not only plant protection journals, but also fertilizer and liming journals through the Geoface system.
Updated fertilization and soil testing maps. The main maps of fertilization research suppliers are now available in Geoface. It is also possible to adjust the transparency of the maps to compare different maps.
The identification system has been expanded. It is now possible to identify through all major systems of identification.
Added an catch-crop filter in the fields section.
Improved journal identification system.
Adjusted color design in finance sections.
Added season selection in magazines.
Added the possibility to add products without price.
Fixed issue where fertilizer journals were stuck in the “Waiting” stage
After adjusting the date in the journals, it did not change in the jobs section.
Fertilization map data is now prepared correctly.
Fixed a problem where sometimes it would not allow you to add your own products.
The group area is no longer duplicated in the system.
The latest feature is crop rotation. Now it is possible to easily and conveniently plan your crop rotation by main crops and catch crops.
Added a layer of water protection zones. In the map, in the layer selection, you will be able to find and analyze this layer.
Added a layer of cadastral plots on the map, you will be able to check the boundaries of your field more precisely.
Added a layer of state land. In the map, in the layer selection, you will be able to find and analyze this layer.
Added a digital layer of reclamation maps, now you can track reclamation in your fields more accurately.
Added a user-level editing system. Now you can add different users according to the employee needs. You can add up to five different levels (Owner; Head of the farm; Senior specialist; Specialist; Worker).
Added a new unit size editing function. Now you will be able to change units while planning and finishing tasks.
Added an explanation of what to do if you miss some product in the warehouse.
Fixed a problem when liquid fertilizer usage was calculated incorrectly.