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It's not always easy as a farmer to make the right decisions for your crop and field. There are a lot of decision supporting tools or monitoring tools on the market, paying or free, to help you. Some are very broad, others very specific. Here you find some tools that are meaningful for selection, implementation or follow-up of the FAB measure.

An overview can be found here.

PlantNet: Plant identification

An application that allows you to identify plants simply by photographing them with your smartphone. PlantNet allows you to identify and better understand all kinds of plants living in nature: flowering plants, trees, grasses, conifers, ferns, vines, wild salads or cacti.

You can find the app in the Google Play Store.


Help to identify insects, plants and animals around you to record and share with a global network. The app was developed by California Academy of Sciences and the National Geographic Society.

You can find the app in the Google Play Store.

OneSoil Scouting

A free app that enables satellite farm monitoring and geo-located information tagging to support the tracking and management of crop condition and potential problem areas.

You can find the app in the Google Play Store.


The app is an automated disease and pest identification software. Requiring a picture from a smartphone the app will attempt to diagnose the problem in seconds.

You can find the app in the Google play store.


The app forecasts risk of movement of selected active ingredients from soil to water courses based on prevailing and predicted weather conditions, soil moisture deficit and soil type. It is designed to act as a decision support tool for those applying active ingredients associated with water pollution.

You can find the app in the Google Play Store.

HydroColor: Water Quality

HydroColor is a water quality application that uses a smartphone ' s digital camera to determine the reflectance of natural water bodies.

You can find this app in the Google Play Store.


SOILapp allows you to collect, visualize and share observations of soil quality using spade-test method. The spade-test is a widely used, qualitative method for performing the observation of soil conditions. It gives the observer information on soil fertility and on mechanical operations effects on its structure. 

You will find the app in the Google Play Store.