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Fertiberia TECH launches app to support farmers

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World Fertilizer,

Fertiberia TECH has launched the new ‘Fertiberia TECH’ application, a mobile application to support farmers, technicians and distributors, with detailed information on fertilization and also the most effective Fertiberia TECH solutions for this purpose.

The Fertiberia TECH app presents the range of products by application mode, with their description and possible use in each crop, providing recommendations for plant nutrition, the most important nutrients and deficiencies and toxicities, depending on the locality where the farmer is located. In addition, there is the possibility of creating a personal profile, where the user, by selecting a favourite crop and product, receives segmented and personalised notifications according to his preferences.

Providing updated content, the new application is more interactive, allowing better communication with the user, with a completely new and optimised design. In this new application it is possible to interact with the technical and commercial team quickly, by sending messages with photos and videos of their crops, and also identify their needs through an identification menu with images.

“With this new mobile application we intend to increase proximity with professionals in the agricultural sector, supporting them technically with our most effective and profitable plant nutrition solutions. We believe that the Fertiberia TECH APP will be very useful due to its content, responding more quickly and efficiently to the needs of farmers and technicians”, says Jorge Meireles, head of Marketing Fertiberia TECH.

The application is available for Android and IOS and the download is free. Although it is mainly intended for farmers or technicians, the application can be downloaded by anyone with an interest in the area and who will be able to access all the advantages.

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