Vine Crops

Vine Crops

ItemDescriptionUnitCropFrequencyPriority
Production-A
Total production of quality class A, since the last harvest. Class A means first quality trusses that can be commercially traded. This is typically can be read automatically from a database or from a yield management system.
kg/m²
all
at harvest date
Must have
Production-B
Total production of quality class B. Class B refers to trusses that cannot be commercially traded.
kg/m²
at harvest date
P1
Harvested trusses
Average number of harvested trusses
#/stem
tomato
at harvest date
P1
#trusses
Number of new set trusses on the stem
#/stem/week
tomato
weekly
Truss development time
Truss growing period from flowering to harvest. The growing period of a truss is considered to start when at a particular “flowering” truss at least 5 flowers are set.
days
tomato
at harvest date
P1
#fruits-A
Number of fruits of class A
#/m²
all
at harvest date
P1
#fruits-B
Number of fruits of class B
#/m²
all
at harvest date
P1
Stem elongation
Stem growth per week
cm/week
all
weekly
P2
Stem thickness
Stem thickness
mm
all
weekly
P2
Leaves growth
Number of leaves per stem per week
#leaves/stem/week
all
weekly
P2
Stem density
aka. head density. If the plant is single-stem, then it’s the same as plant density. This is a must-have data if the plant density is adapted dynamically.
#stems/m²
all
at change
Must have