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Sharecropper jr.
Posted 4/13/2019 21:23 (#7437921 - in reply to #7437553)
Subject: RE: Boundaries. A few Q's.

Deep southern Illinois
PUNISHERVETTE - 4/13/2019 16:50

Okay. I'll just create huge boundaries for this season. They were concerned about setting the planter down in the wrong field will create data points or forgetting to switch fields(which I've done).
So large boundaries will at least prevent those two things.

Next fall I'll go out with a 4 wheeler and trace the actual fields with an precise line and learn how to keep them permanent.

I would advise against multiple boundaries, because there’s no way to tell them apart easily. It’s difficult to label them correctly, and you can only have one boundary/field in the incommand that I know of. You can easily set autoswath not to shut off when exiting the boundary, then you don’t need to remember to hit a button. Also, incommand makes it difficult to screw up on which field you’re in if you have boundaries. Trust me, I’ve been working on this for 3 years now, and have a jumbled up mess now, and am tempted to delete every durned boundary I have, and re-do them all now that I have RTK and be done with it.

Do you have SMS?
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