Revolutionize your orchard pest management with scoutlabs - the smartest choice for apple and fruit growers

Safeguard your apple and fruit harvest and maximize yields with scoutlabs’ cutting-edge remote monitoring solutions. Our advanced insect pest detection system combines state-of-the-art sensor technology with ai-powered analytics, providing real-time insights into pest populations and activity.

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Don’t let pests compromise your valuable harvest. Invest in scoutlabs’ intelligent pest management solutions and experience the future of orchard protection.

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William Sterne
William Sterne
@will.s
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“You can see exactly what's happening with the pest pressure in every single field in your farm without starting the car so and you are much more accurate. So, you can tell your spray man a go to the field tomorrow and spray these specific fields because another bad practice is as I see one capture in one of my traps. In one field, I spray the entire farm. And that's not right, you don't need it and you’re wasting money. But now with this technology you can spray this field but another one can wait …you can select which fields you need to prioritize”
Barbara Tilly
Barbara Tilly
@ms.barbaratilly
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“The dream is to have, like a very dense network of traps. But when you look at the price of these solutions it's complicated to make it an affordable business, profitable business for both parties. We have to add a margin to cover our costs … so price it to make this scalable. We have to provide an affordable price for growers. They struggled to invest in technologies if they don't see directly ROI before them.”
Matt Jhonson
Matt Jhonson
@agro_86
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”We don't want complex hardware and software that we need to take care of on the field. I don't care about the hardware. I don't care at all. I don't want to be looking after the hardware. I want a company that setups the traps by themselves or have them provide me an easy one that I have just hanging on a tree and it's working. But I don't want complex tool that I need to stall.”
Victor Smith
Victor Smith
@victor684
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“I tell the remote sensing companies you don't have to be 100% accurate because I can guarantee you, we're not right. I mean, manually looking at traps , they're not difficult jobs, but they're not easy. There's a lot of bugs out there in the world. And if you're new to it, how do you tell them all apart? That's tough. Especially if something is sitting in a trap for a week and do and everything and Yellow Jackets picking out them and all that kind of stuff. So, it's not easy”
Jose Fransisco
Jose Fransisco
@j.fransis
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“We need these (digital) insights to look after our products, you know, because their efficacy is, is diminishing quicker than we'd like.” “New legislation is accelerating this because farmers will have to optimize …in the future as the legislation will be more restrictive, they will need to utilize the oil to spray the crop protection products in a much efficient way. And then this tool will become much more important. “