Why Does Agronomic Innovations Exist?
It’s Simple, Everything begins with the Soil!
Traditional soil sampling techniques in our opinion are broken, there are two issues.
We’ve been sold into thinking that random limited probes with traditional soil sampling methods, is enough.
Do we really believe taking six to eight samples per field every three to four years provides enough quality data to truly understand our most important resource, the “soil”? That strategy may have in the pre-precision days been alright but in today's precision world, six to eight samples every three to five years just isn’t enough.
Providing agronomists with precision soil sampling tools and technology that assures better understanding of your soils because agronomist should have the tools that positions them as the trusted advisor in their client's minds.
To provide FFA Chapters with precision soil sampling tools and technology that allows FFA Chapters to provide a service that assures local farmers are able to get a better understanding of their soils that while giving FFA Students real life experience that helps local farmers achieve higher yields while saving on input costs. FFA Chapters should have the tools that allow them to achieve real life experience.
To provide farmers with precision soil sampling tools and technology that assures better understanding of your soils that results in higher yields while saving on input costs. Farms should have the tools that allow them to take control of their soils health without having a PHD.
Understanding of the soils helps reduce inputs while improving yields, saving time and labor costs.
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