After leaving the nozzle, a crop protection agent finally reaches the plant, soil or a pest where the product has to do its job. The product must overcome a number of barriers to achieve high effectiveness, with weather-related processes playing an important role. These processes take place a few days before, during and after spraying. The Sprayplanner calculates the effectiveness of each crop protection product on the basis of the local weather forecast. With the SmartFarm sensors you measure your crop conditions, after which the advice is more accurate.
Output is given in: json, xml or csv.
|Key||Your personal API key||21HJe4&u%[#12aSMna7|
|Lat||Latitude of the location (-90..90)||52.6 (N positive, S negative)|
|Lon||Longitude of the location (-180..180)||6 (E positive, W negative)|
|Step||Time step of the forecast (1,3,6,12,24)||1|
|Days||Number of days (1..14)||5|
|Format||Output format of the data (json, xml, csv)||json|
|Lang||Language of the output (NL, EN, DE, FR)||NL|
|Crop||Crop type (1..105)||25 (see list for crop codes)|
|Stage||Crop stage percentage (10..100)||95|
|Soil||Soil type (1..12)||3 (see list for soil codes)|
|Rsm||Initial relative soil moisture content [0..100%] as a percentage of the maximum. Here is 0% dry and 100% is saturated||60|
|Ppp||Registration id of the PPP||NL8910|
|Observation_time||Time of the observation in UTC||Tijd in UTC|
|Efficacy||The efficacy of the ppp on a scale from 0 to 100%||Integer|