Croptracker - Blog

It’s a new year, and while harvest time has wrapped up here in North America it is still underway in the southern hemisphere. Every year we get feedback from hundreds of growers worldwide about their need for harvest traceability, but who are also desperate to simplify their data collection process during the busiest time of year.

The potential of digital applications in agriculture generates enthusiasm about the future of food production among technologists and is a cause for uncertainty among others. But for many farm managers, the time has come to adapt, and the race to adopt (or develop) the best technology will determine the future of humankind.

"Would you rather import your food or your labor?"

Justin Ferguson, Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation

Croptracker’s Harvest Quality Vision (HQV) has been successfully scanning apples, oranges, peaches, nectarines and other similarly shaped orchard fruit to gather size and color data since its launch 4 years ago. We are now proud to announce HQV can scan pears and irregularly shaped fruit with the same high level of accuracy!