Create module crop group
In order to compare crop data with other users, one user creates a module crop group.
This user is the administrator of the module crop group.
- Users who wish to compare data will each have the same module available to them. For example: all users will have a module "Tomato Climate" for comparing.
- The administrator of the crop group can be a user who does not have any modules. In this way, for instance, a crop advisor can create a module crop group, without actually making (climate) data available him/herself, and thus only look at it together with the rest of the group.
- Users that are invited need a current e-mail address, with which they can receive the invitation to the module crop group.
2. Create module crop group
- Open the Administration menu (right) by clicking on it.
- Then click on " Module crop groups" in this menu.
- A new window will now open.
- Click on " Add crop groups" in the "Crop groups " menu on the left.
You can now create a new crop group:
- Select the year for which you want to create the crop group.
- Enter a name for the crop group, for example: "Association1 Tomatoes robust"; When you would like to compare several crop phases, then you should create a crop group for every crop phase. This last applies, for example, for Phalaenopsis. For instance, in this case, you create four module crop groups, namely: "Studyclub2 Growing 1", "Studyclub2 Growing 2", "Studyclub2 Cooling" and "Studyclub2 Finishing".
- You then create the "Studyclub2 Growing 1" in this screen.
- Then select the modules you want to compare with other users. In addition to your Climate module you can compare several modules at the same time. For example, select your Phalaenopsis Climate module and Meteo module here.
- You will find the button "Save" below. Click on this.
- You have created a module crop group.
The next step shows you how to invite members.
If desired you can learn more about this in the article Invite members to module crop group.