New user looking at farmOS during free 30 day trial. We plant by number of beds in a field, so I defined beds in my fields.
Is there a way to select a bunch of beds (e.g., beds 1-10 and 15-25) to have one crop planted in them? Entering all the bed names takes too long, especially since I had to make longer field names to distinguish which ranch the field was located in.
I defined different ranches as different properties, but the fields in a property do not pick up the name of the property the way the beds in a field pick up the name of the field, so I made field names long enough to identify what ranch the field is in. (Side note: Supervisors should see only their own ranch data, and I don’t see a way to limit the view for a user to a specific property.)
I considered defining beds or rows as a taxonomy unit, so I can tell the guy on the tractor to plant 12 rows in a particular field, but it doesn’t appear that would get me an area associated with a planting. (Can’t do yield calcs on plantings that don’t have an area.)
Any comments or suggestions?