Seed Times- June pdf - Page 7



Tips when scouting fields
•Pin sharing is real-time. Anyone that has shared access to a field can view a scouting
pin once it has been saved.
•Utilizing different colors of pins for stand counts, disease, insects, or other notes can
help to track and identify scouting pins for specific purposes.
•Use Field Health Imagery to direct scouting and find problem areas more quickly.
•Assign scouting activities to others involved with your farming operation to ensure
collaborating is taking place on the same area of the field.
•Use the biomass imagery to drop pins on locations that need to be evaluated. Once a
person is at the field location, these pins that were previously dropped can be used to
navigate to the areas of concern using location services.
•Direct people to specific locations of the field such as where to enter the field, field
tiles, or grass waterways. These features can be marked as permanent pins so they do
not have to be newly created each season.
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