Once the Fields all have boundaries drawn or imported, the next step is to assign crops to the fields. If a user plants one crop to a field, then the Mass Crop Assigner is recommended. If the user often has multiple crops in a field, you may split fields into multiple crop zones by using the Crop Zone Splitter tool. For instructions on using the Crop Zone Splitter tool, call Syngenta Digital Support.
To mass assign crops to the fields, click the Crop Options button and choose Mass Assign Crops.
On this page, check the boxes beside the Fields that will all be planted with one crop. In this example, all fields selected will be planted to Corn. Once you have selected all fields that will be planted in the same crop, choose the Crop Zones button, and select Add.
A prompt will open for the user to type the crop to be assigned. Select a crop via the drop down and click Apply.
After clicking apply, the crop zones will appear in the right-hand pane for review. The above steps can be completed for other crops, and once all crop zones are finalized, select Complete.
NOTE: If you would like to see a Summary of the changes you have made before you complete this step, click the Summary button below the map.
Once the crop is assigned, the Farm Field Tree will look like this:
We also have a tutorial videos on assigning crops which is displayed below.
Assigning Crop Rotation to Single Field
Mass Assigning Crops to Fields
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