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The Silawrap app is a must have for anyone working in the agricultural sector. The app provides instructions on optimising silage production, with an automated diary and reminder system that will notify you of the best time to fertilise, apply herbicides and cut grass to generate the best quality silage. The Silawrap app is specifically designed to optimise silage production and quality in a temperate climate. It details how the value of a bale of silage could be increased by up to £8 or €12 per bale.

In addition to automated reminders the Silawrap app comes with full video instruction on how to maximise yield; how to fix common wrapping problems and the economic benefits of wrapping with 6 layers. For most users, the app will provide these videos without need for internet reception or mobile phone signal.

The Silawrap app also provides handy GPS located supplier service that allows the user locate the nearest Silawrap supplier, providing contact details and sat nav directions.

Silawrap App Features

Silage Optimisation Production Diary
Automated crop reminders and instructions
Video instructions on best wrapping technique
Video maintenance instructions for wrapper set up
GPS supplier location device (find nearest supplier)

This App is provided Free of Charge by Silawrap.

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Comments and ratings for Silawrap
  • (61 stars)

    by Liam Sweeney on 29/06/2014

    It is very handy.... jamie conway will be very happy because he likes to look at picture of silage wrap.

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    by Ivan Walsh on 06/03/2014

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    by Gavin Kehoe on 02/01/2014


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    by Patrick Welby on 24/10/2013

    Handy for john magee thats very right Y

  • (61 stars)

    by Gemma Welby on 20/10/2013


  • (61 stars)

    by darragh welby on 20/10/2013

    Awful handy for John Magee.