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Aaron grew up on a 1,800 acre grain farm in North-Central Indiana. He graduated from Purdue University in 2010 with degrees in Ag Systems Management and Ag Economics. After college, Aaron worked at a John Deere dealership selling equipment and supporting Precision Ag products. Aaron currently works independently with growers and others in Ag sector doing technology consulting and selling farm equipment, along with helping on the family farm. Aaron writes and answers questions on Twitter @AaronBobeck and on his blog agsnap.com, regarding many tech issues within the Agriculture industry.

 

 

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  • JATfarms

    My question is:
    Can a person write a prescription in Apex based on grid soil sample results pulled using Mobile Farm Manager? When I import the grid points from mobile farm manager into Apex, it doesn’t display in the Maps what each point represents. In addition it will not show the grid lines that were shown in mobile farm manager. Therefore, how could I compute the lime recommendations from the lab in the Apex program?

    Am I missing another piece of software because Apex can not perform this task of grid zones?

  • agsnapadmin

    Unfortunately there seems to be very little functionality bringing back in items, such as soil samples, back into Apex. The MFM app seems to be more about the maps than anything.

    You’re not missing anything. I have been told Farmworks and SMS software can work with the MFM app generated files. Just email them to your computer and import the text file into those software packages. Maybe that functionality within Apex will be added with a software update or add on activation, but I obviously can’t promise anything. Make sure your dealer knows what you’d like to see so they can pass it on

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