Getting started with DecipherAg

Getting started with DecipherAg

Getting started is easy

Whether you’re just starting out with precision agriculture or are already an expert, Decipher is the tool for you

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In this video:

  • Getting started with precision agriculture
  • Locating and setting up your boundaries
  • Cutting, editing and merging a paddock
  • Assessing variability and comparing biomass
  • Creating zone maps
  • Adding notes
  • Viewing your files through ‘My data’
  • Comparing and bench marking farms and paddocks

In this video:

  • Locating your farm
  • Import your boundaries or draw your own
  • Labeling your farm
  • Removing areas from your farm
  • Adding paddocks

In this video:

  • Drawing and editing tools
  • Merging your paddock
  • Splitting your paddock

In this video:

  • Assessing variability of biomass across different seasons
  • Comparing low and high density biomass areas
  • Reviewing historical data
  • Comparing biomass by location
  • Viewing data on a chart
  • Comparing data between paddocks

In this video:

  • Upload your own soil or plant sampling data or planning your own
  • Sampling types
  • Working with our integrated CSBP laboratory or choose your own
  • Add new sites, select a location and name it
  • Adjust sampling depths
  • Add directions and instructions for your sampler
  • Collect and send the job using the DecipherAg Mobile app
  • View your sampling job history

In this video:

  • Creating a zone map within your paddock
  • Selecting your number of zones
  • Viewing and hiding these zones
  • Viewing your sampling points in these zones
  • Adding or editing a sampling location

In this video:

  • Adding information to a paddock
  • Using the pin, line and polygon tools
  • Applying colour and opacity to your noted area
  • Using this to monitor progress
  • Exporting the KML file to use in Google Earth and other software

In this video:

  • Viewing data files created for your farm
  • Uploading KML, KMZ and Geotiff files

In this video:

  • Comparing data of areas within and surrounding your farm
  • Adding new farms to monitor
  • Using Decipher as a due diligence tool for land of interest
  • Using biomass to benchmark your progress against other farms
  • Comparing data across different seasons