myfields.info Instructions and Tutorials (check back often as we are adding to this page as instructionals are developed)
Link to myfields.info This link will take you to the myfields.info site.
IMPORTANT! Please Read: Do not use Internet Explorer to make field applications. Update your browser to Chrome or Firefox. Using Internet Explorer will cause the program to malfunction. Both Chrome and Firefox are available for free download. Don't waste your time, call KCIA if you experience problems.
System Status Updates January 5, 2018
As the myfields team continues to enhance the overall myfields site, sometimes coding/programming changes may impact the functionality of the field application program. If you experience problems let KCIA or the myfields team know and the problem will be corrected as soon as possible.
If you have comments or issues using , send them to email@example.com or call Steve Schuler at 785-532-9751.
If at any time you have a question or concern, feel free to email Steve Schuler at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call our office 785-532-6118 M-F 8-12, 1-5.
myfields.info is being developed as an Extension-based multi-crop management tool, click here for some background on myfields.info .
NOTE: myfields will assign a number to each application ie KS41323 which is the same as the "A" number in the old paper form system ie A41323.
FAQs: As issues are brought to our attention, we will address them here. If you are having difficulty with the program, checking here may help.
Videos updated 10/26/2017
Videos: 3 Simple Steps to begin electronic submission of field applications:
Step 1. Setting up a free myfields account and applying for certification privileges (while anyone can set up a myfields account, only active KCIA members will be permitted to apply for permission to submit fields to KCIA)
Step 2. Adding a field to your myfields account (if you desire, you can add all of your fields to your account to manage them on myfields. KCIA only has access to the actual field application submitted information and does not have access to your account or other field information.)
Step 3. Submitting a field for certification. After you have established your myfields account and requested and received approval from KCIA to submit fields, it will be possible to complete application for certification for the field of your choosing.
Viewing your certified applications. View this video for an understanding of how to check the status of fields submitted for certification, from submittal through inspection and final approval.
You may also find useful:
Instructions for installing and using Google Earth. (not required for using myfields, but may be of use in obtaining legal descriptions and GPS coordinates of fields. Includes directions for obtaining township overlay.)