Wynnstay partners with dynamic software company, Muddy Boots

New cutting-edge platform to improve margin over input costs

Wynnstay’s arable team are working closely with Muddy Boots Software to drive informed decision-making and efficient record keeping for customers.

As a forward-thinking and advice-driven supplier of agrochemicals, fertiliser and seed, we are partnering with Muddy Boots Software to ensure customers are accurately managing their inputs activities and costs.  This will help to identify cost saving opportunities, plan applications around weather conditions for optimum timing and analyse the success of spray applications with geo-located inspections.

Wynnstay’s team of professional agronomists, are now using a new service from Muddy Boots Software – Greenlight Grower Management. This system enables our agronomists to work with their customers recording and sharing crop records, fertiliser and nutrient plans on both desktop and mobile formats.

Dr Simon Pope, Wynnstay’s Crop Protection Manager comments;

“Greenlight Grower Management is the new cutting-edge system from Muddy Boots. It is cloud-based, user-friendly and builds a fantastic data platform for informed decision-making – essential for profitable crop production. Our team of agronomists utilise their field experience, technical knowledge and the Greenlight Grower Management platform to improve yields and margin over input costs. We provide tailored agrochemical and fertiliser plans, record application dates and monitor weed, pest, disease and nutritional issues over many seasons. In this way a detailed agronomic history of the farm is built up which is invaluable for targeting inputs accurately.”

As part of the new Greenlight Grower Management launch, Wynnstay customers have access to a new base subscription price of £115.

For more information on this offer and the Greenlight Grower Management platform, please click here.

Alternately, contact the Wynnstay Arable Department on 01939 210555.

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