Terras Gauda minimizes its environmental impact by 20% with the technology of Cultiva
Terras Gauda presents its results after two seasons using the precision viticulture platform Cultiva.
At a ceremony held this past 25 September at its premises with the participation of the president of the winery O Rosal, José María Fonseca, the vice-president, Antón Fonseca, the general manager, Enrique Costas, the oenological manager, Emilio Rodríguez, Seresco’s client Terras Gauda presented the results of the two seasons during which it has been working with our precision viticulture platform Cultiva. The platform’s benefits in four crucial aspects have been confirmed: greater environmental sustainability due to the optimization of treatments and fertilizers, improved performance of land parcels both in their qualitative potential and in grape production, the immediacy of decision-making regarding intervention in the vineyard and a greater effectiveness in resource management.
Terras Gauda has been the pilot project in Spain of the Foodie project. The agricultural sector is of strategic importance for Europe’s society and its economy. Due to its complexity, the agribusiness operators must manage many different and varied information sources. Agriculture requires collection, storage, exchange and analysis of large amounts of spatially and non-spatially referenced data. The Foodie consortium, to which Seresco belongs, comprises research institutions, large, small and medium-sized companies, public bodies and organizations from seven different countries (Austria, the Czech Republic, Italy, Latvia, Poland, Spain and Turkey).