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Crop Rotation
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You can specify a crop rotation for each field, that is, crops that were cultivated in the past or are being cultivated in the field at the present moment. You can also indicate the crops which are planned to be grown in the field.

Make sure to create a crop catalogue to be able to indicate a crop rotation.

You can specify a crop in the following ways:

  • quickly specify a crop using the icon  (available upon pointing to the list of fields or in the field menu on the map);
  • specify a crop on the Crop rotation tab in the properties of the field (the icon  from the list of fields or from the field menu on the map);
  • activate the Add to crop rotation option when registering a cultivation.

The colour of the field on the map corresponds to the colour of the crop that is currently being cultivated.

Several crops cannot be cultivated in one field at the same time, that is, the periods of their cultivation cannot overlap. 

Specifying a crop quickly

You can specify the crop in this way only if there are no crops in the field yet.

After clicking on the icon , select the crop that should grow in the field. 1 January of the current year is automatically indicated as the sowing date. Afterwards, you can edit this date on the Crop rotation tab.

To indicate the same crop for several fields at once, select the fields using the icon , click on the icon   and select the crop.

Specifying a crop on the Crop rotation tab

After opening the field properties (the icon  ), follow the steps below.

  1. Go to the Crop rotation tab.
  2. Click on the Add button.
  3. Specify the following parameters:
    • sowing date,
    • harvesting date (if there is any),
    • crop.
  4. Save the changes.

The harvesting date is optional. If the date is not added, but the next crop is specified for the same field, it is considered that the previous crop was cultivated before the sowing date of the next one.

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