OASIS Directory


OASIS Information System
(Standard Edition)

Systematic Farm Management With Ease

Farm Plot List, Mobile App Screen


Everything begins with defining the farm plots or farm fields. Click on the “New” button to create a new farm plot. One farm can have many fields. A single farm plot shows what was planted and when, the number of plants, and a unique identifier. If livestock is also managed, another farm plot can show what animal species and the number of heads use that specific land area. One field can only have one product (a plant or an animal) associated. A farmer can then click on “Farm Activities” to view the progress of activities for every farm plot across the growing season. The unique identifier is automatically tied to all activities that will have been carried out to manage the specific field and product.


When the harvest is ready for shipment to the buyer, the farmer can click on the “Label” button to prepare and print product labels. The farmer can attach the labels to the product boxes. Because the label is generated at the time of creating the farm plot, the farmer’s buyer can receive a copy of the product label in advance. In this way, the buyer will be able to check on the growth and health of the crop from date of planting to date of harvest. The buyer can be kept informed and thus can provide guidance when an issue arises.

Features and Benefits
Data Analysis
Performance indicators to measure and report activities and conditions in agricultural production
Graphical Dashboard
Display of performance indicators to track activities and to identify potential issues
Food Traceability
Efficient method and secured procedure for organizing and tracking all activities that had gone into growing and managing a specific plant variety
Product Label
Pre-formatted product label with a food traceability QR code that can be downloaded and printed and used for tracking crop harvests
Geographic Information System (GIS)
Visual display and spatial relationship of farm fields, water sources, and measurement stations overlaid on satellite base maps
Environment Monitoring
Recorded samples of weather, water, soil, and plant conditions at specific locations within the farm field
Land Use Organization
Precise measurements of farm fields associated with specific plant varieties or animal species for documenting and verifying land borders
Chemical Application Management
Accurate records of fertilizer, pesticide, and other chemicals applied in the fields and available in printable reports
Water Use Management
Convenient records of water usage by time duration and/or water volume and available in printable reports
Crop Harvest Accounting
Recorded volumes of crop harvests from each farm field, counted by individual items and bushels or crates, and available in printable reports
Post-harvest Quality Control
Recorded samples of crop harvests, which capture height, weight, hardness, color, and other characteristics, for evaluation against buyers’ requirements
Packing Operations Management
Accurate records of amounts rejected and packed; and packaged boxes labeled and prepared for transport to domestic and foreign markets
Financial Management
Accurate accounting of all purchases and sales, organized by fiscal year and account codes, and available in printable orders for vendors and customers
Inventory Management
Timely entry and review of chemical stocks, production materials, and other supplies held in inventory
Vendor Management
Profiles of farmers, suppliers, distributors, and other organizations involved in agricultural production, complete with contact information and GPS location data
HR Management
Profiles of permanent, contract, and seasonal employees, complete with tracking of each person’s job positions and salary increases during the entire employment term
Priority Technical Support
Receive personalized technical assistance by e-mail and telephone

The farmer will be able to do the following:

  • Create an optimal farming environment to produce quality yield at the lowest cost.
  • Analyze all data records from past growing seasons to plan and manage the next season.
  • Provide detailed reports to verify the history of growing fresh or organic produce.
  • Maintain certification and good standing with regulatory agencies and certifying authorities.

Getting Started

  • New farmers can sign up and start managing their farm activities, using the Web version and/or with their mobile smartphone or tablet. Sign up today by Web or mobile.