Learn how to import and set up your planting prescription from a USB device on the AFS Pro 1200 display found in AFS Connect Magnum, AFS Connect Steiger and AFS Connect Optum tractors.
If you’re looking to save money on input costs this planting season, a well-planned, variable-rate planting prescription is one of the best way to get the most out of your fields. Just remember: One size doesn’t fit all. Luckily, with Advanced Farming Systems (AFS) Connect, you can use previous years’ data to create management zones and assign individual prescriptions to your fields. Everything from nearby waterways to a tree line can impact your planting prescription, so it’s important to take time before you start planting this spring to ensure that your prescriptions for each field are fine-tuned for maximum efficiency.
Once you’ve worked with your agronomist, or created your own prescription using AFS Connect, loading it into your Case IH tractor equipped with an AFS Pro 1200 Display could not be easier. To see how to import and setup a prescription for an implement, just follow the instructions in the video below:
For more information about Case IH, variable-rate prescriptions and AFS Connect, talk with your local Case IH dealer and visit www.caseih.com.