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To edit a field name or adjust its boundary, first select the desired property at the top of the screen. Then, navigate to the Fields area menu and select the Edit button for the desired field to be edited.
A warning message will appear with a notice that editing a field boundary will remove Planet imagery availability for the entire property (farm), if it has access to it. Select the Confirm button to proceed to the next step.
The field will now be displayed in Cropwise Base to perform any field name and/or boundary edits. Once edits have been completed, select the Save button. This will then revert the page back to Cropwise Imagery with the new edits.
Note: Boundary changes will force satellite images to re-download and be cached again.
Creating New Fields
To create a new field, first select the desired property at the top of the screen. Then, navigate to the Fields area menu and select the Create new field button.
Next, select the + New field button.
Create the new field with either the Draw your fields, Upload file or Field detection options.
Draw Your Fields
When drawing a new field boundary, simply start clicking within the map to identify boundary points along the border of the field. Select the first boundary point to close the shape, name the field and then either select Save or Save and draw another.
Select the Click or drag file to this area to upload button.
Search for and select the desired shapefiles and then select the Open button.
Note: Shapefiles have individual .shp, .shx and .dbf files that need to be within the same zipped folder together.
If available, search for a file attribute that contains anything similar to Name or Field Name, for example, and then select the Next button.
The fields will now display within the map and are available for any necessary edits. Next, select the Save button, followed by the Finish button.
Select an existing Common Land Unit (CLU) and edit the field name as needed. Repeat this process for any new additional fields and then select the Save button.
Any newly created fields will then be available within Cropwise Imagery and will force a new download of satellite imagery to be cached within Google Chrome's browser.
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