Along time ago we made the Farm Crap App for farmers to work out the nutrient value of their farm manure so they could stop buying commercial fertilisers but still report what they're spreading to the Government as required. This was done in collaboration with Duchy College as part of the SWARM Initiative. It won the Soil Association Innovation Award back in 2014, and ended up recommended by the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board.
It's back! We've just started working with Dr. Robert Dunn at Rothamsted Research to make a simplified version, in Spanish and English, for farmers in Argentina - all free and open source, as usual.
The original app is pretty dated now, and it is no longer working well due to changes in how operating systems work since we built it, so we need to start from scratch with this new version, using a different system to build it. We're hoping that this will lay the foundations for us to do a bigger update one day on the original Crap App, as we know people are wanting to be able to use it.
This work is funded by the UK Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) and UK Aid through the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC).