There are two main management tasks in this production step. Analysing your previous year’s crop performance and creating guidance maps for your seedbed preparation. Then executing the work in each individual field.
If you already have field boundaries and guidance lines stored in the John Deere Operations Center™ from previous years, there may be little work required. When creating the work schedule for individual fields you will need to input the implement width and any other variables such as cultivation depth.
The completed work plans can be sent directly to your tractor from the Operations Center. When the tractor enters the field, the job will automatically appear on the display. All the driver has to do is confirm the job and then start straightaway.
There’s always something for a customer to learn about their fields.
Choose a technology to find out how it can help you.
Agricultural contractor AIS Schier has been focusing on core fertiliser and lime applications for many years. General Manager, Holger Schier, describes how they even out the pH value of a field and why this approach is a good starting point for precision agriculture.
It doesn’t take much to start your smart farming journey.You may well already have the essential technologies on your machine.
Speak to a Precision Ag specialist at your local dealer. They’ll help you set-up machinery, input field information and be there for every step of your smart farming journey.