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The '''Precision Farming Cycle''' starts with validating your farm and fields georreferentiation. In this stage, your farm and fields geographic data uploaded to '''360''' is reviewed to complete your order, and all modifications needed to ensure a correct processing of your '''Precision Farming Cycle''' services are done.
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The '''Precision Farming Cycle''' starts with validating your farm and fields georreferencing. In this stage, your farm and fields geographic data uploaded to '''360''' is reviewed to complete your order, and all modifications needed to ensure a correct processing of your '''Precision Farming Cycle''' services are done.
  
 
===Input data===
 
===Input data===

Revision as of 18:21, 21 April 2014

The Precision Farming Cycle starts with validating your farm and fields georreferencing. In this stage, your farm and fields geographic data uploaded to 360 is reviewed to complete your order, and all modifications needed to ensure a correct processing of your Precision Farming Cycle services are done.

Input data

  • Farms uploaded to 360
  • Fields uploaded to 360

Process

This is a tuning process; our Services personnel reviews all geographic data uploaded to your order, compares it to other data sources (satellite imagery, other vector data sources), evaluates all differences found, and requests further data in case it's needed.

Some of the possible data types that may be requested when further information needed are:

  • GPS corner points: points must be taken following these tips.
  • Yield files
  • Shapefiles or .kml/.kmz

Services will use this data to correct your farm and field polygons, which will be used as a reference for all subsequent stages.

Related articles

Tips for using GPS devices

Protocol for implementing the Precision Farming cycle

1. Validation of georeferencing   2. Base info   3. Productivity map   4. Management zones definition   5. Variable Input prescription map   6. Application map   7. Yield map