In this guide we describe the different components that make up an Agrista farm map. A farm map consists of many layers of geolocated information.
The primary piece of information is the farm boundary which is created by selecting the farmland portions from our cadastral data.
The second map layer divides your farm boundary into different land components, i.e. cropland, grazing, orchards etc. This information is used in a variety of additional features, such as determining the value of your farm, assisting you with production planning and financial resource management, and monitoring of plant vitality through remote sensing.
On top of these two base layers you can mark points of interest such as the location of buildings and other fixed improvements as well as entrance points to assist with deliveries to your farm.
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