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To make the most of Croptracker the first step is to add your maps. Many of the features of Croptracker require that your operation is mapped in the system. Here you will define what crops and varieties you grow within Croptracker.

See How to Add Your Maps for steps on how to add your maps to Croptracker.


You can manage your chemicals with Croptracker along with label information, particularly pre-harvest and re-entry intervals per crop. This is important for Croptracker to help you adhere to your food safety regulations and pass food safety audits.

See Chemical Management for more information on managing your chemicals.


For more information on recording your sprays in Croptracker see How to Record Sprays and Spray Plan.

You can also manage your sprayer equipment in Croptracker, see Equipment Management.


Recording your harvests in Croptracker is the first step in inventory management. Also, when recording a harvest event the system will automatically and instantly calculate the blocks deemed safe to re-enter and harvest based on the chemicals previously sprayed on it. This will be reflected in reports as well for food safety purposes.

See How to Record a Harvest for more information.


Storing your product, raw or packed, is an optional step in the inventory management chain. See How to Record Storage to learn more.


See How to Set Up a Packing Event and How to Add Packing Event Inputs.


See How to Record Shipping.


See Reports to learn how to view your data with Croptracker's reporting engine.