Crop Performance Data That Delivers

Yield analysis can help make planning for next season more profitable.

PLANNING TO-DO LIST
Upload Planting and Harvest Data
Upload Next Season’s Hybrids
Analyze Yield Data
Adjust Yield Data
Create and Share Reports
Upload Soil Tests
Compare Critical Data with Side-by-Side Maps
Use FieldView™ Seed Scripts to Create Custom Prescriptions
Download or update the FieldView™ Cab app

Planning with FieldView

Quickly compare this year’s yield data to seasons past, create PDF reports in just a few clicks or build data-driven seed prescriptions in minutes. FieldView is a powerful digital tool that provides meaningful insights every day of the year.

How to Upload Historical Data

When you pair planting data with harvest data on FieldView, you can see exactly which hybrids performed best, where they delivered and why. Upload all your field data and start getting instant yield insights today!

Share Data with Agronomic Partners

Stay connected with your agronomic partners and control who can see and access your field data. Learn how easy it is to share valuable field data with your dealer, agronomist or crop scout.

How to Edit Your Post-Harvest Data

If you see inconsistencies in your yield data, you can easily make adjustments in FieldView. Metrics like harvested acres, total wet weight, dry bushels and field moisture can all be edited after harvest to provide the most accurate analysis results.

Planning Tips
Yield Data Questions

How soon will harvest data be in my account? Who can I share reports and data with? Learn the answers to these questions and more.

Collaborate with Reports

Customize your seasonal reporting to a single zone or get a summary of your entire operation. See how this powerful tool can help you build, share and collaborate with PDF reports in minutes.

Break Down Crop Performance

Creating a PDF report on how each seed and soil performed is as easy as sending an email. You can quickly compare results by soil type, seed and field to inform your decisions for next season. Give your trusted advisor the field data they need to get the most out of every acre. Seamlessly build and analyze planting, field health and harvest reports together from your tablet, phone or desktop.

Analyze Custom Regions

Take a closer look at specific field zones or regions to see the impact of your agronomic decisions. Field region reports help you understand specific areas in your fields and determine how different agronomic practices can impact performance, so you can take action in your field.

How to Create FieldView™ Seed Scripts

Our library of over 5,000 different hybrids and data from over 800,000 test plots can help you find the right population for every zone. It takes less than five minutes to make a FieldView Seed Script tailored to your field.

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Get Support and Get Back to Work

Help is always a phone call, chat, email or tweet away. If you have a specific question, reach out directly, or if you want to dig deeper into FieldView, check out the Knowledge Center which is full of best-practices, how-tos, tips and more.

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