Rx Maps

Create zone maps to be used for variable rate seeding or fertility. Your yield will thank you.

Within seconds any of your favorite maps can be turned into a zone map to be used for variable rate seeding or fertility.  Create as many scenarios as you like and export the ones you want to execute in the field.  Multi-hybrid seeding scripts allow you to create the right hybrid by zone combination.  Once you determine your field's variability, start managing

Create Rx

Variable rate management is available after a few quick steps.  From the Rx panel, click the <+> icon and follow the steps through source map selection, Zone numbering and Rx Application Type. Hit <Create> to complete the Rx.  And don't worry too much about having the right number of zones, or the incorrect fertilizer type, Rx maps are completely editable.

Edit Rx

Once the Rx zones are created, you'll need to enter in the values per zone.  Click on the <Edit Zones> icon, then type the proper rates into the boxes.  In the case of fertilizer Rx maps, an NPK value will display.  If you wish to change the size, shape, or even combine different zone polygons, click the <edit zones> pencil icon.  When you've completed all of your edits, validate the zones with the check mark then make sure to click the <Save> icon to complete the edit session

Dual Hybrids

As planters are getting more and more advanced, growers are now capable of planting multiple hybrids on the same field, using the same Rx map.  Within the Rx map panel, you can add one or two hybrids in the <Product Info> Tab.  Once a field has 2 products available, you can chose the matching seed to each zone.  Also, the <edit zones> tool set has a <split border> feature.  Simply draw a line through the middle of the field, <Save> your changes and then you'll have a complete side by side split to assign products. 

Copy Rx

Once you've settled on managing your zones, you may wish to treat these zones the same year after year, or with different application types.  To help with this, use the <Copy Rx> function. P, Click the <Copy Rx> button, select the Rx maps that you'd like to duplicate, and click <OK>.  If you wish to import Rx maps from a previous year, select the dropdown, and find them there.

Exporting Rx

Once you're finished completing your Rx maps, it's time to get them to the monitor.  To do this, first make sure you're enrolled in the correct package.  Next click the <Export map> icon.  The map will then open on your computer for you to save or email it to the desired controller

See it in action
Rx Maps