Gylling Data Management, Inc.
Providing an Industry Standard Software for Research

Create Protocols. Manage Trials. Report Findings.

Gylling Data Management (GDM) creates, markets, and supports ARM software for managing and summarizing agriculture research experiments.
  • ARM saves time creating trials, analyzing data, and producing the many reports required for successful and timely trial management.
  • ARM is a recognized and respected standard throughout the crop production and protection industry.
  • ARM is used by thousands of researchers in nearly 100 countries worldwide.
        
 

 

Update to ARM version 2019.3

 
Run Check for Updates to download the latest version of ARM today!
 
See ARM 2019 Release Notes for new features and fixes.
Highlights include:
  • Create custom labels
    Learn how to export treatment/plot information to a .csv file here.
  • Import data from any weather source csv file
    Learn how to create a custom weather connection here.
  • Quick View toolbar
    Simplify the Crop Description editor by filtering fields by task.
 

 

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Where will we be next?

We travel all over the world for trainings, meetings and conventions.
Check out our Meeting Calendar for our full schedule of upcoming events.
 

Upcoming:

Join us at American Society of Horticulture and Science (ASHS) in Las Vegas, NV July 21-25, 2019!
ASHS focuses on practices and problems in horticulture: breeding, propagation, production and management, harvesting, handling and storage, processing, marketing and use of horticultural plants and products.
 
We will be at American Phytopathological Society (APS) in Cleveland, OH August 3-7, 2019. Look for us at booth #107!
APS works with a variety of stakeholders on agricultural, food safety, and food security issues. APS also provides scientific input on public policy issues to federal policy makers and agency personnel and works with other scientific organizations and coalitions to increase the awareness of the science of plant pathology and advocate for increases in agricultural research funding.