Historical graphs are missing in my Soil Test report

Historical graphs are missing in my Soil Test report

If you are missing the historical graph, chances are is you're missing a year in the "Use For N Year" column in the soil tests. 

Go to the Farm > Soil Tests > (Select your field that has the missing data) > Edit Soil Tests.
Simply add the correct year in the "Use For N Year" column for each result. 

Example: Soil test was done in the Fall of 2019, you will want to use 2020.
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