From the right hand task bar, there are options to help you utilise/navigate the crops section.
Add Crop: Add a new Crop
Add a New Field: In case you have not added them already.
Filter/Sort By: Sort the crops displayed by season, Field Name, Crop and Drill Number.
ADDING A CROP
- Select Add Crop from the top of the page.
- The screen below will appear. You can select a field you have previously made from the drop down menu.
- Fill in the Crop and Variety; a drop down menu will appear while you type, select the correct option once it appears.
- If the variety is not available, email Support@MuddyBoots.com to request it. In the meantime, you can enter it in Description.
- If the field you select has a larger boundary than the planted crop area, you can add an internal crop area by selecting Edit/Draw Map boundary.
- You can draw a separate inner boundary (the same as ‘Mapping a Field’) or you can select Use Field Boundary at the top of the map and drag a boundary in from the existing field edges.
- At the bottom of the new crop page is nutrient requirements; manually enter the required/advised nutrients for the crop or, if you're in the UK, you can use the Calculate Requirement button.
- Select Save to add the crop to your site.
- Select Uncropped Fields.
- All fields without crops will display; to choose more than one field, click on
- It is possible to select all of the uncropped fields by clicking on Select All above the field tiles.
- Alternatively, fields can be manually selected by clicking the green check box to the left of the field name.
- When all the relevant fields are selected, click on Add Crop to Selected (#).
- A pop-up box will appear and you can enter the information the same as when adding a crop to one field.
- As the crop is being added to multiple fields, mapping is not undertaken at this stage and the crop area will default to the remaining working area of each field.
- When all information is entered, click on Save.
At the top of a selected crop’s page, you can choose to view Crop Details or Crop History:
- This will display all historical activity related to that crop.
- You can filter the history by selecting All, Inspections, Sprays, Planting, Fertilising or Other Field Work.