SoilOptix’s North American Sales Manager, Zach Harmer, had the pleasure of sitting down with Brownfield Ag News reporter, Ken Anderson, to talk soil mapping. Listen to the full interview online.
SoilOptix team member, Jordanna, did an amazing job representing and educating at Grey County’s third annual Ag 4.0.2 conference. Read the article in Ontario Farmer.
Check out Farmtario’s article on SoilOptix’s newest partnership.
SoilOptix is proud to announce our newest partnership with Climate FieldView. Growers will soon be able to seamlessly integrate their SoilOptix data into their FieldView platform
Ontario Farmer featured SoilOptix® in a new edition of their publication after speaking with us at the 25th Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show, September 2018. Check out the full article here!.
Learn how SoilOptix can be used as a key tool in making the best decisions for your farm and have the potential to help farmers understand and unlock more value from their soil.
SoilOptix is so excited to be a part of Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show’s first ever Innovation Showcase, where we will be premiering 3 (!!) new innovations. Swing by booth NM-233 to check it out.
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Farmers in Ontario, Canada now have access to soil-mapping technology that uses radiation sensors in conjunction with traditional soil sampling. This somewhat new-to-Canada technology is being touted as a next-level method of measuring soil fertility, as well as water retention capability.
The tube holding the SoilOptix® sensor is mounted to the front of the truck and passes over the field, gathering information about what lies below. Paul Raymer, left, and Zach Harmer say their system for collecting soil data can provide producers with a continuous picture of their soils, rather than a series of snapshots.