In Central and Eastern Europe, Agricon stands out as a trailblazer in the realm of digital plant cultivation systems. With a legacy stretching back to 1997, Agricon has been instrumental in revolutionizing farming practices, empowering farmers to optimize manpower, resources, and equipment. Their expertise not only elevates the quality of plant cultivation assessments but also extends to counseling and aiding companies in implementing cutting-edge techniques. Agricon’s dedicated team of agricultural engineers and service technicians collaborates with industry practitioners to innovate and refine established methodologies, driving the agricultural sector forward.

As digitalization reshapes conventional decision-making paradigms, Agricon emphasizes adaptability and openness among managers and employees alike. Embracing new methods for plant cultivation becomes imperative, necessitating a culture of continuous learning and experimentation within agricultural enterprises. By fostering a collaborative environment where stakeholders actively engage with emerging technologies, Agricon facilitates the seamless integration of digital advancements into the fabric of agricultural operations.

Agricon’s core mission is to drive information-driven, automated crop production through precision farming. By leveraging digital technologies, they empower farmers to optimize every aspect of agriculture, from office processes to equipment digitalization and precision farming techniques, ensuring efficient crop growth processes and sustainable agricultural practices.

The full text of the good practice is available to read and download in PDF format from the AgriSkills 4.0 e-Learning platform, section “Good practices”. You just need to search for it by name using the search box.

You will find additional 45 good practices, initiatives and use cases in the AgriSkills Reference Catalogue titled “AgriSkills Guidebook on Digitalization in Agriculture”.

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