Biomass maps show how the vitality of your crops changes across different field areas. Use them to detect high productivity spots or weaker zones of your field and plan your farming operations accordingly. Biomass maps help you monitor your crops' health and spot potential diseases or areas affected by drought.
You can use biomass maps to create precise fertilisation, seeding, or crop protection maps that are compatible with your equipment and help you use your resources more effectively and sustainably. Log in to the desktop version of SKYFLD and read more about variable rate application maps.
It may take a while before you see the biomass map for a newly created field. If you don’t see the biomass map even after a couple of minutes, please check your map display settings.
How to access biomass maps
1. Go to the Fields view - tap the icon.
On the map and on the field list, you will see the latest biomass maps generated for each field.
2. To access historical biomass maps, tap on the selected field displayed on the map or use the fields list.
Once you tap on the field, the vitality details appear at the bottom of the screen.
Here, you can see the current biomass map creation date, vitality rate and cloud coverage. You can tap on the dates to switch between the maps and observe how the biomass vitality changes over time. To access older maps, tap the See all button and scroll down.
Tap on the toggle to show only clean images containing less than 5% cloud coverage.
To close the list of all biomass maps, swipe down or tap the icon.
3. To switch between the fields, tap on the selected field displayed on the map, or tap the icon and open the fields list.