Fertility can make nutrient recommendations based on yield history, yield targets, or soil samples. Rather than using a Work Order and the AgStudio Map app to collect and submit samples, AgStudio users may choose to use a third party to collect soil samples.
7. With the layer selected, if you have a template already created, select in the template dropdown.
8. For the attributes you want to import, select the corresponding template attribute name in the Map To column and select the appropriate UOM (Unit of Measure).
Note: The minimum required soil test attributes are phosphorus, potassium, pH, BpH, CEC and Organic Matter.
9. After the attributes are mapped, click Upload. 10. Points are automatically matched to the correct field boundaries. A summary page shows the results. 11. In the Resource tree, notice that the Soil Test Layer you uploaded contains the nutrient analysis that was mapped.
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