Detecting the arrival of pest and disease

Anticipate the development of diseases or the arrival of pests thanks to your weather reports and the application, helping to optimise your treatments.

Warrant your inputs

Organise your treatment sessions

Benefit from advice according to your crop

Maximise your yields



How to monitor the development of diseases and pests?

Each crop is subject to specific risks of diseases or pests (downy mildew, codling moth, scab, powdery mildew...), yet the development of these risks is largely linked to weather conditions. Sencrop offers you precise weather data monitoring from your plots. The data is transmitted to the application, so that you can use the information to protect your crops in the best possible way.


Decision Support Tool (DST)

Link your weather data to your DST's for disease and pest management (Movida, Avizio, Xarvio, etc.). Benefit from personalised monitoring, according to your readings.

Learn more about DST


Spraying windows

Optimise the effectiveness of your treatments: identify the optimum conditions for protecting your crops, at the right time. The recommendations are tailored to your type of product and your local forecasts.

Find out more about treatment windows


Treatment alerts

Be warned when your crops are once again subject to risks. Choose the pre-set treatment alert, or customise the parameters based on the weather data collected by your stations. You will be notified by SMS, email or phone call.


History and data export

Simply download your past weather data to anticipate accumulations, make comparative analyses, campaign assessments, or support your agronomic decisions. Maximise your yields now.


Crop risk models

DSTs are algorithms developed by technical institutes to model the risks to your crop. They make it easy to integrate multiple data sets and produce risk indicators, thus enabling you to make informed decisions.

By integrating your local Sencrop weather data into these models, You gain insights from indicators customised to your specific field circumstances

💡Mileos and Décitrait are directly integrated into the Sencrop application.

Rely on specialists for your type of crop
Reduce your inputs and save money
Meet European and British regulations as effectively as possible


Treat at the best time

The spraying window module is included in the Weather Pro plan. Utilise it to monitor the ideal conditions for applying treatments based on product type, with forecasts available up to four days in advance.

🔴 Poor conditions. At least one of the weather criteria is bad: it is best to wait for conditions to improve.

🟠 Non-optimal conditions. In an emergency, you can intervene, but it would be wiser to wait for better conditions.

🟢 Good conditions. The weather conditions are ideal for taking action. The longer the period of optimal conditions, the more reliable the advice.


Diseases and pests that Sencrop allows me to anticipate


Potato blight

Development conditions: temperature between 3°c and 26°C (optimum at 21°C), hygrometry > 87% and dense vegetation.



Weather conditions for weeding: light frost, temperatures < 10°C during the day, no rain and favourable hygrometry.


Powdery mildew

Development conditions: Oïdium develops rapidly when temperatures are > 12°C (optimum around 25°C) and when relative humidity is between 40 and 100%.


Downy mildew of grapevine

Development conditions: primary infection is favourable if it has rained, with temperatures > 11°C (optimum around 24°C) and more than one hour of wetting.


Yellow & Brown Rust

Development conditions: spores germinate in the presence of free water on the leaves when temperatures are between 15° and 25°C for brown rust, with an optimum of 11°C for yellow rust.



Development conditions: Alternating dry and wet periods accelerate spore growth (peak when temperatures are between 18° and 25°).



Development conditions: Wet conditions favour the development of the disease.



Development conditions: The optimum temperature for development is around 22°C. But the disease continues to develop during storage. Temperatures around 5°C slow down its development but do not stop it.

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How does it work on the Sencrop app?

How to use models for major cereal diseases?

Feed your models with ultra-local data and anticipate disease pressure for up to 4 days! Optimise your yields by triggering your interventions at critical moments.


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