MAXIMUM FARMING REPORT
The Maximum Farming Report is the tool used to evaluate production choices and helps the grower plan for next year’s production decisions. Layers of GPS data can be fed into Ag Spectrum’s Maximum Farming Report, which is included at no additional cost for customers who use 100% of the Maximum Farming System®. It’s a powerful tool, and if used multiple years it can help growers track production trends in various conditions over time.
This data allows a grower to evaluate how nutrient makeup in the soils, combined with seed selection, planting populations and soil types, work together to determine yield. The system evaluates yield by: variety, planting date, various nutrient availability, and application criteria. The Maximum Farming Report also provides information that can help a grower select next year’s hybrids based on data and helps to manage their nutrition program based on the hybrid they choose and field location. The report combinations that the Maximum Farming Report provides are virtually limitless and the ability to improve soils, and ultimately yields, is invaluable.
Soil Samples by Zone
Soil samples taken by soil type and management zone enable a “prescriptive approach” for each field. In the Maximum Farming System, soil testing is an important starting point. Results from testing soils provide information about nutrient availability, how favorable the root environment is, and what can be done to alter the root environment to a farmer’s advantage.
Maximum Farming Recommendations
Growers are provided specific recommendations for their crop that are developed with our proprietary recommendation software to enable a farmer to implement the Maximum Farming System.
Maximum Farming Reports
The Maximum Farming Report is the tool used to evaluate choices and help the farmer plan for next year’s production decisions. Layers of GPS data from individual fields enhance the Maximum Farming Report. It is a powerful tool that can help track production trends in various conditions.