A new report was created in December, called the "Nitrogen Per Bushel" report, this report will be standard in all 2014 reports.
The report shows all of your application events, from VR to Flat Rate, to total your N applied. It also takes into consideration the Organic Matter of the soil samples, crop rotation, and yield goals.
Using the blue map below the lower the number or the lighter the color, means it took less N to raise X bushel corn. The map on the right is the yield map for comparison.
Now on this field we had 4 application events that occurred from 9/22/2012 to 5/5/2013 and they were all flat rate applications. (Last Image) Next year for fertilizer we can take the yield map and create a field recommendation for Variable Rate using this data.
It will then make a great comparison to see if Variable Rating N and applying a greater amount in the less yielding areas made a difference.
So what does this all mean? It may just raise more questions than anything right now, but we can use this to hopefully answer future questions.
Data Management Report
Applications Events Screen from SOILMAP