Cotton Australia (CA) and FluroSat are pleased to release a number of new features, upgrades and bug fixes to CottonMap with the commencement of the 2018/2019 season. Thanks to all those who have provided feedback and assistance as this allows CottonMap to continue to provide benefit through increased awareness to our industry. User Interface Upgrades/New Features: Identify paddocks affected by spray drift – Paddocks affected by off-target spray drift can now be flagged in CottonMap. Paddocks flagged as spray drift affected can be made visible on CottonMap to all users under the watchful eye of Cotton Australia. This will aim to expose regions affected by off-target damage and increase the awareness of responsible chemical application practices. Users submitting additional paddocks become immediately visible – Users who submit additional paddocks during the season become immediately visible on CottonMap without delay. This change allows the map to be updated quickly and visible to the public as an accurate reference of planted cotton. Import KML paddock boundaries – Users can upload paddock boundaries in .KML format to speed up the process of entering paddocks. These paddock boundary files are commonly available from widely used farm management systems. Map circle/pivot paddocks – Users can now map pivots easily with the added circle paddocks tool. Maximum paddock size increase – changed from 300ha to 1000ha to allow users to map aggregations of cotton planted paddocks Removal of Find Me button (mobile site) - Users could not locate themselves using the CottonMap mobile site. We have removed this function temporarily and will reinstate shortly with an upgraded solution to allow you to locate yourself with reference to cotton paddocks.