Topics covered in this tutorial:

  • The MyFarm map screen
  • Viewing field data
  • Adding activities

This is the central visual hub for your AgDNA PRIME mobile account. The MyFarm map screen allows you to:

  • View field boundaries
  • Locate and view scouting observations
  • Access field data layers

Starting in the top right hand corner you will notice the Add (+) function, this button allows you to generate new activity records or scouting observations.

Located on the map itself are four icons. These are from left to right: Current location, Zoom to view all your current field boundaries, Layers and Search. The map icons are dynamic and will disappear when the map isn’t being used. To bring the icons back up again, simply touch anywhere on the map screen.


Once you’ve added in a new farm and at least one field via the Setup page the MyFarm map allows you to tap anywhere within your current field boundaries to reveal more field specific information. To view field information, select a field and then select the More option from the Field Summary window on the bottom of the MyFarm map screen.

The field summary page

This new page gives you a breakdown of your field, including: Activities, pending jobs, scouting observations and soil composition (U.S. Only). With every new activity record or scouting observations that is saved and then synced, your field summary page will update to display the new information. Field specific activity layers and scouting observations can also be edited from this screen.

Note: Crop variety information won’t be visible on your field until after you create an initial planting record.

Layers and changing year/season datasets

Located in the center of the MyFarm map screen is the Layers button. This function allows you to turn off and on the various map information that is saved against you farm, like field boundaries and scouting observations. The Layers panel is also the location of your seasonal dataset changer. To change data to previous seasons, select the Seasons option and use the selector wheel to switch between your seasonal datasets.