The new PRIVATE “Annotation Layer” allows Applicators who are registered in FieldWatch to customize their experience by creating an account and adding their own sites (annotations) with information that is typically not included in the current scope of FieldWatch. This feature can reference ‘out-of-scope’ data, such as private gardens, as an example. The data on this new layer will be wholly owned and managed by the applicator and will not go through the approval process that is typical of sites submitted by individual growers and apiaries. Applicators will also have the ability to share their annotation layer with others.
Our mission is to develop and provide easy-to-use, reliable, accurate and secure on-line mapping tools intended to enhance communications that promote awareness and stewardship activities between producers of specialty crops, beekeepers and pesticide applicators.
A Non-Profit Company: From Purdue University to a National Collaborative
FieldWatch, Inc. is a non-profit company created to develop, expand and continue to innovate the DriftWatch Specialty Crop Site and BeeCheck Apiary Registry.