Climate FieldView brings digital innovation to farmers by seamlessly collecting, storing, and visualizing data to monitor and measure the impact of your agronomic decisions on crop performance in real time. This digital tool manages field variability by making it easy to build customized fertility and seeding plans for your fields to optimize both yield and profit.

With innovative technology changing the game, it’s never been easier to learn how to make the most of your fields. On-farm field trials are the key to harnessing the full potential of your fields to prepare for current and future growing seasons.

From an initial setup to obtaining a detailed analysis, it’s simple to conduct multiple tests at once to learn how inputs are performing in different areas and environments. Best of all, rather than making decisions based on results from someone else’s trials across the province, the data you collect is specific to your fields, developers said.

Jeff Cook of MapleView Farms, London, Ontario, showcases the importance of conducting on-farm trials to gain better insight for the next growing season. He explains “we’re big believers in on-farm research and trying to figure out what works for us on our farm and FieldView is excellent for that. It’s very easy to set up plots using the digital tool and be able to evaluate them after harvest”. FieldView helps to establish advantages and disadvantages that can help you make better decisions for the next growing season.

There is nothing that can replace the knowledge farmers build working their fields over years, yet often, our assumptions can hold us back. This is especially true when it comes to using yield analysis tools to analyze farm field trials. Many farmers have found valuable solutions in unexpected, sometimes counterintuitive places.