Since 2011, Ag Aviation Africa is appointed as your exclusive dealer for Air Tractor Inc. in Africa.
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HOW DO WE ADD VALUE
of large areas
37 Years Experience
Faster crop treatment
Whether the job is spraying, seeding, fertilizing, or firefighting, more operators choose Air Tractor because they get the most productive, highest quality and cost-effective ag planes available on the market.
Our service is designed as an agronomy tool to compliment well-established crop management systems. High quality, low-cost colour and infrared imagery are gathered at key growth stages to monitor the quantity and quality of photo-synthetically active crop-vegetation. Flights are timed to coincide with intervention opportunities for yield benefit and/or cost saving.
Ag Aviation wishes to provide our customers with the latest leading aerial application tools, in order to capitalise on the yields. We aim to supply you with a system that can easily be implemented into your current business operation.
Ag Aviation Africa aims to give you the best operational capability.
With our sophisticated training program, you will be confidently equipped and ready for your new career.
EVERY HECTARE MATTERS
CROP HEALTH MONITORING
High quality, low-cost colour and infra-red imagery are gathered at key growth stages to monitor the quantity and quality of photosynthetically active crop-vegetation. High-cost agronomy resources can then be directed to areas of poor performance
for follow up diagnosis and treatment planning as an important efficiency and cost benefit.
VARIABLE RATE PRESCRIPTION
Imagery sets are used to map variability, field-by-field and establish zonal
performance as the basis for variable input planning. This will realise the potential for seed rates, nutrients and
water to be distributed zonally at variable
concentrations/rates, saving on input costs, increasing yield and reducing environmental impact.
Ground-based and airborne imagery sets gathered over bare soil can be used to identify soil-type zones to improve on the definition and accuracy of existing soil maps and establish up-to-date surface elevation models to increase under-standing of field-level hydrology, water-logging and compaction.
Imagery gathering and processing services are sufficiently low cost to afford multiple overflights per season, to effectively monitor and map crop performance from establishment to maturity. Flights are timed to coincide with intervention opportunities for yield benefit and/or cost saving.
SCOUTING AND NOTES
Our service is designed as an agronomy tool to complement and not replace existing well-established crop manage-ment systems. End-user interaction allows geo-tagged ground-level images and other measurements and observations to be recorded and uploaded against the aerial imagery at the correct location (subject to GPS). This allows a direct comparison between ground and aerial observations supporting a more accurate and rapid diagnostic process.