Phytosanitary software: the solution to save time and money
Until now, in order to keep phytosanitary records, many farmers were lost in piles of paper that ended up half dirty and forgotten in the tractor cabin or in any corner of the warehouse. Then, as soon as an inspection arrives, which affects more than 1% of the farmers in several countries, like Spain, you end up going to a consultant or technician to prepare all the documentation in a hurry, with the extra cost and the nerves it entails.
Fortunately, their legislation explicitly states that all phytosanitary records required of producers can be kept in electronic format. This opens the door for you to implement a phytosanitary program to streamline your operations and reduce bureaucracy without taking any risks.