How do I remove holes from a boundary in Field360 Studio?
Field Boundaries play an important role in all aspects of Field360 Studio. Review the field boundaries each year as early as possible to avoid issues later in the year. Field360 Studio has boundary editing options which allows you to remove an area (polygon) from a field boundary.
This process is for removing holes that are entirely enclosed within a field boundary, such as from a pond. To cut to divide or remove sections from a boundary, please see removing sections of field boundaries.
- Field360 Studio is an internal program available to Pioneer employees.
- Operation is created in Connex.
- To create a new Operation or add an existing operation to your Operation list, contact your Territory Manager, who will work with NAO Master Data to have the Operation added to your AAR.
- Field boundaries created.
- Updating Field Boundaries may not automatically update crop zones or field-level layers such as Encirca Decision Zones
- Because Field Boundary changes may affect Encirca Decision Zones layers, Yield Targets need to be updated and Nitrogen or Fertility Application Plans may need to be re-applied
- Editing a boundary changes how the boundary displays in all crop years, not only the year selected
- In the Grower window, select the Operation and Crop Year.
- In the Resources window, Expand the farm and select the field from the domain tree.
- On the Map toolbar, click the Editor icon and select Boundary Editor.
- A new set of tools appears at the top of the map. The field boundary appears on the map outlined with red or green. The red lines indicate an exterior boundary and the green lines indicate an interior boundary (a hole).
- Click in the boundary.
- Select the Remove holes icon.
- Select one of these four options from the Remove Holes window:
- Gentle removes only the smallest holes.
- Moderate removes slightly larger holes but is likely to keep channels and ponds.
- All removes all holes.
- Custom allows the user to specify a specific size in acres as the smallest hole to retain.
- Click OK.
Note: Reverse changes by clicking Undo before saving. Click Undo multiple times to undo multiple changes.
- On the Boundary Editor toolbar, click Save
- Click Close.
- Holes that match the specifications selected in step 6 are removed from the boundary.
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