Agronomy 365 provides the accurate, thorough data we need to validate product effectiveness, monitor the impact on crops and identify areas of improvement. Take advantage of the knowledge and insights available with Agronomy 365 throughout the growing season.
BaselineRx, a new program offered by Agronomy 365, is the key to unlocking a clear understanding of the nutrient levels and health of the soil within your fields. By creating a map of the unique zones that make up your fields and testing each of those zones, you get a more accurate look at what’s happening in your soil.
Soil and tissue sampling provide the insight you need to truly understand the health of your crops and soil. Unlocking this data empowers you to choose the products your crops need, and skip the ones they don’t. But, in order for this to be effective, you first need to make sure you are properly collecting the samples. We’ve talked about how to collect soil samples in your fields, and now it’s time to go over collecting tissue samples.
Soil testing is a resource that can benefit all growers. With programs like Agronomy 365 and BaselineRx, you can stop questioning and start growing. Soil sample analysis gives you real-time insight into the health of your soil and helps predict the health of the crops that will grow within it.
Inputs have been skyrocketing so far this year, landing growers in circumstances where, now more than ever, every dollar counts. Farmers operate on a tight profit margin, and unfortunately, this season is no exception. Being empowered to make adjustments to your crop nutrition plan throughout the season rather than putting all of your eggs in the one basket of early-season fertilizer and chemical application is better for your plants and your profits—especially in this market.
While weather continues to be a struggle for the spring growing season, biologicals are a safe, effective choice for crop nutrition. Not sure what your crop needs? Use the Agronomy 365 Dashboard for real-time soil and tissue sample results to help you make nutrient application decisions.