Technical Information & Support Documentation

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    1. Benefits of using an On-Combine Analyser

    2. Return on Investment of Using the CropScan 3000H On-Combine Analyser

    3. The Missing Piece of the PA Puzzle

    4. On the Go Protein Mapping

    5. Development in on-harvester quality monitoring

    6. On the go protein – Grains Journal

    7. On-Combine Sensing and Mapping of Wheat Protein Concentration

    8. How to Profit from Real-time Protein Mapping

    9. Nitrogen Measurement in the Paddock

    10. How to Profit from Real-time Protein Mapping

    11. Nitrogen Removal Maps Collected from Australian Paddocks during the 2015 and 2016 Grain Harvest

    12. 2015 Montana Field Trials for On Combine NIR Analyzer

    13. Benefits of using an On Combine Analyser

    14. Grain Journal Yearbook. In-field wheat segregation brings extra protein profits

    15. Measuring Nitrogen Uptake and Availability in the Field, Grains Journal May 2018

    16. Measuring Nitrogen Uptake and Availability in the Field V4

    17. Managing Grain Quality from the Combine

    18. Penny Drops Book

    19. Measuring Protein Directly on Combine, Milling and Grain, Nov 2018

    20. Variable rate and the ‘holy grail’

    21. Protein Nitrogen Yield Balance Brochure 6 p

    22. Grain Yearbook Article Jonathan Dyer

    23. Rapid Quality Measurements of Flour and Wheat in the Milling industry

    24. Making Variable Rate Fertilization Prescriptions Simpler

    25. Managing Grain Quality Directly from the Combine

    26. Disrupting Precision Agriculture

    27. Data offers soil insights. Stock Journal October 2019

    28. Grain protein goals within reach

    29. MN Wheat Organisation Onboard Analysis

    30. New use for Cropscan monitor at harvest

    31. Tackle grain quality and protein levels better with CropSca

    32. How much Yield will you leave in the Field this harvest (Milling and Grain)

    33.  Closing the Yield Gap
    34. Make Your Variable Rate Technology Pay
    35. Protein Mapping Identifies Nitrogen Limited Zones within the Field
    36. Making Better Nitrogen Fertilizer Decisions
    37. UTILISING NEW TECHNOLOGIES TO BETTER MANAGE
      WITHIN-PADDOCK NITROGEN VARIABILITY AND
      SUSTAINABLY CLOSE THE YIELD GAP IN SOUTHERN NSW
    38. Protein Maps Define Nitrogen Needs

What is the Cropscan 3300H On Combine Grain Analyser?

The CropScan 3300H is a new tool that allows farmers to measure the quality of their crops and the Nitrogen availability and uptake by the crop.

As a dealer why should we be looking at providing the Cropscan 3300H grain analyser to our customers?

“You can’t manage what you can’t measure.” Peter Druker, business guru. The CropScan analyser provides a means of measuring the crop so that the Yield and Protein can be better managed.

What crop types can be used with the CropScan 3300H? How accurate are the grain quality readings?

The CropScan analyser measures Protein, Moisture , Oil, Starch and Fiber in wheat, barley, oats, sorghum, corn, rice, soybeans, canola, peas, beans and others.
The accuracy differs from grain to grain, however a relative error of 2-3% of the average concentration is typical, ie, Protein and Moisture in wheat is 0.2%.

Who is using the Cropscan 3300H?

Cereal grain farmers who have available a premium for Protein, farmers who are aleady using Varibale Rate Nitrogen Prescriptions and farmers who are wanting to start VRF.

Can the data only be used in real time on the combine?

The CropScan analyserstores data every 5-8 seconds as the grain is harvested. By combining the Protein, Moisture and Oil measured by the CropScan, with Yield and GPS from the combine, then a suite of proprietary field maps and field analytics are generated, These maps enables the farmer to develop Variable Rate Fertilization Applications that produce a Positive Yield Response to the application of Nitrogen fertilizer.

How long does it take to install a system on a combine?

Dealers should allow 4-6 hours to install the CropScan analyser onto a combine.

What are the benefits for the CropScan 3300H?

There are several benefits for farmers to install the CropScan 3300H onto their combines;

  • Grain Logistics: Manage grain quantity and quality directly in the field from the CropScanAg N-Gauge App.

  • Harvest Efficiency: Accurate Moisture measurement enables farmers to “Start Earlier and Finish Later” with confidence.

  • Nutrient Management: Increase Yield and optimize Protein to achieve the “Sweet Spot” across the farm.