All four layers of data are combined to create a zone map with up to 12 management zones per field. This multi-layer approach helps you identify and manage the residual nutrients based on yield potential and nutrient uptake in each zone.
Example 1: Zone 5 is low producing, but high in nutrients due to poor uptake. Setting a lower yield goal in zone 5 allows you to spend less inputs in that zone without decreasing yield and at the same time lower the seed population which can increase yield.
Example 2: Zone 11 is very high producing, but lower in nutrients due to high uptake. Setting a higher yield goal in zone 11 allows you to spend your input dollars in an area of the field where you will see the highest ROI.