When you drive to potentially dozens or sometimes close to a hundred different locations around a lot of citrus groves all in one day, it helps to have a way to keep track of where you have been. One of the devices I use is the Garmin Dakota 20 handheld GPS. (More recently, I’ve been using the Oregon 650t–more on this device later.) Here, you see it mounted on my windshield using a Ram Mount, which is one of the sturdiest mounts in the business. I track all my paths for the day, and it’s easy later to download the tracks and cross-reference that to photos or other observations of grove condition.