• Persons with actual plantations to reduce planting costs and to improve the yield.
  • Persons with idle land looking to develop and make it profitable.
  • People looking to acquire land for agriculture purposes.


  • Purchase of Farm Equipment (buying and technology selection).
  • Giving advice related on purchasing and rental of lands.
  • Health and biosecurity (herbicides, fertilizers applications).
  • Performance review and annual planning processes.
  • Marketing of agricultural products.
  • Purchase of inputs (selection of products).
  • Crop planning
  • Management of agricultural and livestock farms.
  • Cost Reduccion
  • Better Yield


  • GPS-enabled guidance technology
  • Farm-level mapping and GIS software
  • Unmanned aerial vehicles to for aerial pictures and videos of actual fieldwork in the farms to cross-reference and confirm the information based from Geo-referencing
  • Soil Samplings tools that allow us to get the most significant soil profile.
  • Chemical laboratories analysis
  • Generation of Satellite-based and Geo-reference land information using Agricultural technologies and Software.
  • NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index) for each vegetative group, generating a useful geo-referenced database for established areas.
  • Animal nutrition balanced diet software based on existing agricultural inputs.



    The main objectives in crop fertilization are to maximize yield with minimum amount of fertilizer in those areas where it is not necessary (soil already provided of nutrients for requirements of crop selected), and fertilizing those areas where would positively affect yields (Target yields pre-established between client and agronomist, this agreement will determinate fertilization criteria), to finally increase the economic benefits, increasing the fertilization efficiency, maintaining and improving the soil resource.

    • Perform a physical-chemical analysis of the soil and / or plant (proper soil sampling, and laboratory analysis)
    • Estimate the expected yields based on the weather forecast, the height of the cover, the type of soil, etc.
    • Use fertilization diagnosis methods
    • Adjusting fertilization based on previous target yields
    • Compare the types of fertilizers available in the market
    • Set the dose and combination of fertilizers
    • Define the forms and times of application
    • Execution and evaluation of recommended fertilization

    In this way, we understand we can predict the best response of the crop-soil-climate system with the highest degree of reliability.

    The concept of integrated soil analysis involves the measurement and evaluation of the physical and chemical characteristics of a sample that, taken with technical field criteria, represents in its results the physical fitness, the chemical fertility of a soil to destine its use specific, be it agriculture, forestry, construction, recreation, or to determine and define a treatment that allows its use or exploitation.In order to carry out soil sampling, the following considerations must be taken into account:
1. Preparation and compilation of information:

At this stage, consideration should be given to the preparation of the preliminary information of the sampling site as plans, sampling site investigation and preliminary definition of the sampling points. These points are defined by using specific software, it can provide us georeferenced data of where we should take each soil samples of each homogenous area defined previously.

2. Field sampling:

Once the preliminary information is collected, the displacement to the sampling site, where the general conditions of the site are described, such as climate, topography, vegetation, geology, altitude, longitude, latitude, of the land and if any signs of pollution are evident. After collecting this information we proceed to take samples at the selected sites.It is necessary to remember that this sampling technique is valid only if the soil within each unit is homogeneous, so it is very important for us make a good definition of the sampling units. The soil sample will be taken with specially designated tools (shown in picture below), getting a representative sample of soil from the most important range of soil profile.

3. Final Geo-referenced map:

The percentage of the slope at the sampling sites should be recorded, if possible, mention hills, elevations, depressions and wells within other potential type of areas based on slope. An indication should be made of the location (meters away from a reference site), and a mapping of the site showing the geo- referenced sampling areas.


The soil acts as backup of all our activities, enabling the production of the natural resources, the vegetable growth and the filtration of the water; besides participates of active form in the geochemical cycles of the elements; for all these reasons is necessary to understand the physical characteristics and chemistry of the soil, to favor the productivity, the establishment in its surface of a determined use and the environmental equilibrium.

The Philippines presents a wide diversity of soils with special characteristics, which are the sustenance of the national production and of the multiplicity of uses of the territory.

In order to know the benefits and limitations of soils, in relation to different uses, having physical, chemical and biological information is essentially important. Parameters such as texture of soil, pH, organic matter, nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, allow us to monitoring levels of degradation, nutrients and general characteristics of the resource.


Different agricultural crops (maize, potato, Napier Grass, coffee, peanuts, among others) can be affected by significant number of pests, diseases and weeds. Some of them can cause damage whose economic valuation justifies a management measure.

In LM10 precision farming we work with the objective of detecting in time the presence of those that are affecting the crop, with the purpose of performing the corresponding controls before they produce economic damages.


This service is directed to owners of lands involved in agricultural business and also input companies. LM10 precision farming is working on designing, executing, control and evaluation of agronomic trials, in order to adapt the new technologies to the reality of each field.

Basically the owners of lands can adjust the new technologies in their farms, corroborating for themselves the effectiveness of new technologies. The input companies can evaluate how their products work in different weather, soil conditions, different scenarios we are working with.

We are currently testing Siembra Directa (Planting technology, direct planting method, without previous land preparation labors) herbicides, fungicides, and insecticides, seeds and fertilizers technologies.

Area on testing studies: small and big plots.


We are offering introductory courses to involve farmers into agricultural practices. Helping new farmers and buyers of technologies (machinery, herbicides, fertilization, fungicides), to involve their work staff into technologies applications, new crop development (corn, peanuts, potatoes, coffee), increasing always the efficiency.


LM10 precision farming offers to its clients counselling and managing in the arduous process of elaboration and execution of agricultural projects, being permanently in contact with his clients, offering them support in regard to, for example, searching of skilled people to work in their future projects, training people to involve them into the projects (training courses), managing the workers who execute the tasks, maintaining permanent contact with them, owners and service providers of inputs. Giving advices during the purchase of machinery for each eventual case, making periodic visits to the establishment in question, to interpret the reality of each situation to elaborate and recommend strategies that help clients in all matters related to decision making, minimizing the risks that negatively affect the client´s company. LM10 precision farming seeks to generate solid partnerships over the years with its customers, generating successful and lasting business relationships over time.


Interpretation is the most important and difficult stage of soil analysis, since the main objective of the interpretation is to make an integral diagnosis of the physical and chemical fitness of the soil for a specific use. It is necessary, in addition to the analytical results recorded by the laboratory, the climatic environment in which the species are developed, its physiology and current use and management. If these aspects are interrelated, it is possible to correctly define the proper use that can be given to the soil, as well as its treatment or remediation.

The soil yield is classified and evaluated for a specific purpose. This provides a rational basis for making land use decisions by integrating all the variables that affect it to a greater or lesser extent.

With the results obtained, LM10 precision farming is offering our clients and partners, feasibility study services that can help developing new potential projects in The Philippines, we are currently working in partnership with different agriculture companies could provide us inputs and training, supporting us during the establishment of our new projects.

  1. Generation of Satellite-based and Geo-reference land information using Agricultural technologies and Software.
  2. Precise land measurement (GPS, Drone Technologies).
  3. Define/differentiate land areas and environments in terms of productivity (Micro and Macro environments) by Geo-referencing.
  4. Actual fieldwork in the farms to cross-reference and confirm the information based from Geo-referencing.
  5. Characterization of land areas and environments: Through the use of software, polygons are created, which represent projections of estimate areas with similar characteristics, this information is associated to NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index) for each vegetative group, generating a useful geo-referenced database for established areas.
  6. Recommendation of crop management strategies for each land areas and environments.
  7. Mentioned services included above.

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