Seespray is a spray notification and management system for sprayers of orchards, which managing director Victoria Hodge says allows sprayers to get on with their business with less distractions.
Seespray also enables neighbours who live around orchards to get on with life and love where they live because they have the information they need about spray applications, when they need it.
“When using our online platform Seespray, spray notifications and spray management is quick and easy – all spray jobs and notifications are managed from one place.
“Giving sprayers more visibility of what has been sprayed and when, improves efficiencies and significantly reduces the amount of administration required to manage spraying,” says Victoria.
“The beauty is, it can all be done from your smartphone, in the office, or at home with a few clicks. All the data is ‘cloud-based’, so it’s available wherever you are.”
Keeping everyone informed - Victoria Hodge and Mark Mayston of Seespray. (Jamie Troughton photo)
Seespray’s system allows customers to upload spray information to spray diaries and provides simple ways to access real-time job information for everyone in a “spraying ecosystem”, including orchard managers, owners and neighbours – this means they can organise other orchard tasks more efficiently.“We’re proud to be the only notification system which is better for both ‘sides of the fence’,” says Victoria. “We ensure sprayers provide the right information, when they need to, and in the format compliance processes and neighbours want.
“Neighbours can sign-up to receive spray notifications on our website, and we are now able to connect all new neighbours to the area, to orchards that are using Seespray, so no one misses a spray notification.
“Seespray customers are able to communicate delays and leave calling neighbours to our team, who all know first-hand exactly what it’s like to be on the other side of the fence.
“Now is the ideal time to review your notification and spray management processes, get in touch with us to find out more and see how easy it is to be up and running before the spray season kicks off,” says Victoria.