Croptracker

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CropTracker is a web based farm and crop management software platform developed and launched by Dragonfly Information Technology Inc. in 2006.[1][2][3]

The software, which won a Premier’s Award for Agri-Food Innovation Excellence in 2007, was originally designed for apple and berry growers of east-central Ontario, but it is available to anyone.[4]

Features

CropTracker offers spray record keeping, harvest & yield tracking, automated storage and packing management, work crew and farm hand time tracking, as well as full GAP audit compliance and reporting. A field scouting app allows for IPM or integrated pest management, and other apps connect shipping, orders and waybills.[5]

Company

Dragonfly Information Technology Inc. is a custom software development company located in Ontario, Canada. Incorporated in 2006, its software solutions are in use worldwide to help tackle the world's deadliest super bugs, bring safety and security to food chains, and process e-commerce transactions.

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