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Use these three easy steps to plot your property and create a work order for aerial application. You will be able to map your farm, inclusion, exclusion and hazards on the map in step 3 as shown in below image.
Step 1 Locate your property
Step 2 Plot your farm
Step 3 Provide your details
Use the 'Draw Shape' tool in the top centre of the map below to mark out areas on the map. Ensure you connect the points at the end to close the shape.
Once the area is marked out and completed, set the area type described below and application rate, if applicable, and make sure to note anything relevant for each area in the text areas provided.
Mark the area of your property you want to be sprayed or fertilised as ‘inclusions’. Next draw the areas you don’t want to be sprayed as ‘exclusions’ areas such as houses, dams, native bush. Finally draw areas which could pose a danger to the pilot, such as powerlines and poles label these as ‘hazards’.
Each area can be modified by single-click and dragging the white points, the area details can be changed by single-clicking inside the area.
Please plot your farm on the map!
If you wish to continue, you must confirm you are obligated to be aware of your application and property surrounding and the impact of product dispersal.
Please confirm if you have identified any organic properties in this immediate area as exclusions!
If you wish to continue, you must confirm you have included all hazards as they apply to this job.
Please confirm if you have identified all hazards on the map!