Aid for the agronomic monitoring of spreading

Aide au suivi agronomique des épandages

SEDE assists you in setting up the monitoring of your spreading, by providing agronomic advice to your partner farmers. 


Benefit from expert advice on regulations to ensure that user farmers can be assured that the channel is working properly.

In the context of the agronomic monitoring of your spreading, SEDE takes care of all the regulatory documents :

  • Provisional spreading schedule,
  • Annual Spreading Summary,
  • Delivery notes,
  • Nitrogen declaration (Brittany),
  • Spreading record,
  • Update of the screening study,

All the data used in these documents are processed using our agronomic monitoring software SUIVRA, and coupled with a GIS (Geographic Information System). These IT tools ensure the traceability of the channel, from producer to plot.


Would you like to benefit from a turnkey agricultural development service ?

SEDE can be actively involved in the spreading itself, by directly supervising the providers, from the preliminary study to spreading.



Assessing sludge and soil quality

Suivi agronomique SEDE pour vos épandages

Each by-product is regularly monitored by the SEDE teams. This makes it possible to validate their agronomic relevance and verify their safety when applied.

Soils are also monitored and georeferenced prior to application. Our teams make sure that they are able to receive these by-products. These analyses are carried out by COFRAC laboratories and their results are processed by our software dedicated to spreading monitoring.


Agronomic advice and farmer relations

SEDE collaborates with farmers by offering relevant information and advice adapted to their plots, based on by-product and soil analysis.

These exchanges make it possible to integrate your by-products into each farmer's fertilisation practices.




Suivi agronomique SEDE pour vos épandages avec l’application SUIVRA

Digital agronomic monitoring of spreading

SUIVRA is a complete IT management tool dedicated to the by-product valorisation process. Its great functional richness makes it the reference software for monitoring agricultural spreading.

This formidable tool allows us to offer quantitative and qualitative monitoring of spreading operations on the plot, with per-batch management :

  • Analytical monitoring : input of the results of the analyses of agronomic parameters, trace metal elements, organic trace compounds, micro-organisms, flow of MTEs over 10 years,
  • Soil monitoring : pre-and post-spreading soil test reports,
  • Crop monitoring - input sheet - list of crops,
  • Operation monitoring : list of spreading operations - allotment sheet - product tracking sheet.

The SUIVRA software ensures traceability and can transmit all the information by tele-declaration (SANDRE format). An extranet can even be developed to facilitate the exchange of information between all the channel’s stakeholders.


Product tracking

SUIVRA allows to quantitatively and qualitatively track all types of products over several years.

The encoded and updated product data sheet makes is used to determine its origin, nature and production method. Analysis orders are generated automatically thanks to the integrated regulatory limit values. This allows us to ensure constant compliance with regulations.


Channel monitoring 

Whatever its final destination (landspreading, composting, digestion, incineration, cement works, etc.), SUIVRA manages and safeguards all by-product flows. This allows you to ensure total traceability of spreading monitoring.


Farm monitoring

The application also uses identity cards to collect all the data on the farms.

The acquisition of these data makes it possible to determine the aptitude of the plots to be spread according to their pedological and environmental characteristics, as well as their geographical location.


SUIVRA is also associated with a Geographic Information System (GIS) used to view the plots and the spreading on a cartographic background.

SEDE Environnement can edit graphical representations of the data inherent to the management of a recycling chain.