Scouting map

The Scouting map shows the deviations from the average growth within a plot.

Scouting maps are informative maps that indicate where the crop is growing faster or lagging behind compared to the rest of the field. You can quickly see differences in the crop, which enables you to work on solutions in a goal-oriented manner. The Scouting map is an excellent tool on your plot inspections. It focuses your view.

The red pixels indicate slower growth and the green pixels faster growth. The average scoring parts are marked in blue. Combine the Scouting map with other maps for a better understanding of the differences in growth. This map also shows the size of an underdeveloped spot, enabling you to make a better estimate of the size of a possible problem.