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tedbear
Posted 10/11/2020 05:57 (#8539824 - in reply to #8539185)
Subject: RE: Incommand 1200 loses calibration


Don't call it a 'gator, it's a Ranger
Yes, the above post is correct. You will likely want to have different varieties of the same crop type. These varieties will all use the same calibration values.

You may wonder when someone would change crop types other than going from corn to soybeans or the like. In my area some farmers plant the so called "waxy corn" as well as more common corn. The waxy varieties need a different set of calibration numbers than the regular corn. These farmers use Corn as the crop type for the regular corn but switch to Corn2 for the waxy.

Each type has its own set of calibration numbers. Seems as the waxy corn of the same yield doesn't "hit the impact plate" with the same amount of force as the regular corn thus requiring a different set of calibration values.

Edited by tedbear 10/11/2020 06:40
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