By: Phil Jennings

The Kinze 4900 Multi-Hybrid Planter is the world’s first electric drive planter that automatically switches between two different hybrids as you cross soil zones to optimize yield.

Field mapping plays a big role in multi-hybrid planting. To be able to create maps for your field, desktop software is required. Common programs include:

This video covers the five basic steps for setting up a field map for the Kinze 4900 Multi-Hybrid Planter.


Step 1: Create a map for your field

Step 2: Create a management zone

Step 3: Select areas to plant different hybrids or rates

Step 4: Input variable hybrid or rate data

Step 5: Upload the data onto monitor


Watch the full video tutorial below.

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