Yield Maps are a good starting point for developing a site specific program for your farm. High and low yielding areas point out where we are doing things correctly and where something is limiting. The next question is what is causing the variability in yield? Fertility, hybrid, compaction, soil, water or any number of other factors may have had an influence. One thing is certain yield maps always provide the opportunity to evaluate your fields during the planning season on a one on one basis with your consultant. Crop Quest agronomists have the ability to layer yield with various data including EC, RTK elevation, Soil Type, Hybrids, etc. Analyzing the data provides insight as to what is affecting yield and your agronomists can help to determine what management options are available. The choice is yours, do you have a pretty picture or a management tool?