Variable-Rate Prescriptions Tailored for Your Farm
One benefit SoilRight clients experience from the use of FieldIQ is that prescription files are created for your controllers and delivered to you ready to apply. FieldIQ’s variable-rate seeding and fertility prescription capabilities offer users more control from the field and flexibility to make changes on the go. In FieldIQ, you can create variable-rate prescriptions that accommodate your philosophy and generate prescription files for your controllers along with paper maps.
Wireless Data Transmission for Convenience and Reliability
Wireless data transmission is available for those with subscriptions through their manufacturer. Today, MyJohnDeere, Climate FieldView, Raven Slingshot, AGBRIDGE, and Farmobile are currently supported. The wireless data transmission allows farmers to have all the same data in each cab, eliminating management headaches and offering peace of mind knowing prescriptions are there when they need them. Paper maps are also easily generated and printable.
Consistent and reliable customized prescription creation in FieldIQ makes it easier to manage your operation efficiently:
- Geospatial database stores your operation’s data by location for analytics that go beyond one field.
- Historic lookbacks show soil fertility trends over time.
- Location-aware tablet app allows in-field, data-driven scouting.
- Brand-neutral system incorporates data no matter what type of controllers you use.
More Effective Farm Management
FieldIQ’s variable-rate prescription capabilities combined with the ability to sync data wirelessly from the field eliminates trips to the office, saves time, allows jobs to be completed faster, and helps farm operations to better manage work flow.
Given that FieldIQ is on a web-based platform, I was able to have my laptop in the field and adjust a prescription in season—just stop the planter for a while and write a new prescription. I don't know too many other programs that give me that flexibility to do changes on the fly like that.—Will Hutchinson, Hutchinson Farms