Data defining the main characteristics of the land and field including typical weather and temperatures, soil type and chemistry, natural habitats, water quality and altitude.
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What can this data do for you?
This product offers users the ability to access multiple field-level datasets including critical sustainability metrics on soil type, weather, altitude and natural habitats. These have been combined into one product so that they can be interrogated to extract synergies between the environment, farming practices and associated food supply.
Support decision making
Support decisions on crop choice, management and productivity
Reduce agrochemical use and input costs
Improve natural resources and landscapes
Inform policy-makers on sustainable farming solutions
Stabilise food supply
Improve security of food supply
Optimise use of resources
Provide businesses with a competitive advantage
Enhance your in-house data
Enrich with your own business data to deliver critical field-level correlations
What is the data?
The data below will be supplemented as new data becomes available to ensure it delivers your needs. Subscribers will be notified when new data becomes available. Currently this product includes data on these parameters:
Data around quality including pollutants and Nitrate Vulnerable Zones
Typical weather information on temperature, rainfall and frost and growing degree days
Altitude, soil type, texture and chemical compositions
Natural habitats including woodland, buffer zones, water courses and crops
Our pricing and purchase options
You can access field data on 1,250 fields for as little as £500. Our suite of three Field Explorer products provides static and dynamic data on 1.45m UK fields; from typical weather, soil, temperatures, natural habitats, altitude, cropping and growing degree days. Pricing is based on access to data per field. Our pricing policies are flexible to meet your data needs, including subscription, pay-as-you-go and discounts for volume purchasing.
This data includes weather and growing degree days over the past two weeks and predicts those variables for the next two weeks. It can help to inform crop growth, harvest timing and application of agrochemicals.