Each field is broken into polygons or Decision Zones. The base level of Decision Zones starts with the proprietary Pioneer Environmental Response Units (ERUs) soils layer. Each zone is indexed relative to its soil productivity properties.
Note: Your customized Decision Zones and their yield productivity indexes are greatly improved when you upload historical yield data. Historical data drastically improves your field nitrogen predictions.
You, or your trusted adviser, should review and update your Decision Zone yield goals in Field360 or by editing the field details in Granular Insights.
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