December 07, 2015 01:15PM
When creating your Area Layer you can follow these steps:


1. Right click on desired field name and select Add Layer - Add Polygon Layer.
2. Type a layer description - Category is optional
3. Click the Add button.
4. Click into the Type box and select Area Calculated. Click OK
5. Display the Field boundary map. Right click on field boundary map and select Copy.
6. Then display the new area layer as top layer and click the Edit Layer (green pencil) button.
7. Right click on the mapping screen and select Paste Addition.
8. Click SAVE only.
9. The can use the Buffer Tool.
10. Hold on the Ctrl key and left click on one boundary line so just that one line appears to be Flashing.
11. Right click and select Buffer Polygon.
12. Here is where you can enter the width for 20 ft and qty for the 30. Click OK.
13. This will place the 20 foot strips creating 30 polygons. Click SAVE only.
14. If the entire plot measures longer the 200 ft length, then you can use the measure tool to find where the 200 ft stops. Then use the Split line tool and left click outside the boundary drag across the field until outside on opposite side of boundary and left click again. Right click and select Finish. Click Save ONLY.
15. If you have any unwanted split areas of the field those can be selected by holding down on the Ctrl key and left click on unwanted strips, right click and select merge. There could be other area that need to be merged with this polygon area as well. Once the balance of all the other polygons are merged again, Click Save and Close.

If you need help with creating a Planned VRA Simple Application job using 4 supplies please let me know.

Thanks,

Kathy Cline,
Farm Works Software
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Multiple VRA for plot work

Robert BottensDecember 06, 2015 08:09PM

Re: Multiple VRA for plot work

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Re: Multiple VRA for plot work

Robert BottensDecember 07, 2015 08:46PM

Re: Multiple VRA for plot work

KathyClineDecember 08, 2015 08:53AM

Re: Multiple VRA for plot work

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