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Crop Map

Crop map consists of classified and unclassified fields with crops growing. Classified fields are displayed in different colors. By default, each color represents a specific crop on the crop map (available only to Pro users and outlined on the territory of Ukraine). Unclassified fields are accessible on other territories to be added manually. The drop-down upper sidebar is designed to turn on/off all crops or a specific one.

drop-down upper sidebar with crops menu

Rotation

Use the crop rotation option to find the year of interest. At this time, you can find the maps for 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.

crop maps for 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019

Find Location

To get started with Crop Monitoring, you need to find the Location first. Please choose one of the options:

1. Use Search box

Enter the geographical name of an object into the Search box.

coordinates search box

2. Use coordinates

Enter the coordinates of an object into the Search box.

enter the coordinates

3. Manual selection (Note! Only available to Pro users)

Find a location by dragging the map and selecting an object.

drag the map and select the object

Zoom Tool

Zoom in (“+”) and out (“-”) is for easier navigation (same functionality is allowed by using a mouse wheel).

use zoom for easier navigation

Distance And Area Measurements

The measure distance tool (left sidebar) is designed to calculate the total area of a field or measure distance between objects. Outline your field or measure the distance to get the result displayed at the bottom of the screen.

measure distance tool

Layers

You are able to switch between the Satellite and Map layers (left sidebar). Found underneath upper layers, the Cadastral Land Map is suitable when a register of property titles showing details of ownership and value such as Cadastre id, Size, Property type, and Purpose is required. Select a field to see the pop-up window with cadastral data.

switch between the Satellite and Map layer