SoilOptix® in the News
Expansion & Diversity At Burford Acres
After purchasing an additional 550 acres of potato ground, Burford Acres in Ontario, Canada, has been utilizing precision agriculture technologies, including SoilOptix, to deploy many innovations on their farm.
SoilOptix® attaining global reach thanks in part to collaboration with NC research team
SoilOptix® is now in a position of obtaining global reach with their technology, in part due to their collaboration with the NC research team.
More Accurate Data Brings Greater Visibility Into Farm Performance
“It’s the level of detail that has been the impetus for change – this is what Kensworth grower David Woods has to say about his experience of using the Omnia Digital Farming platform.”
A winning insight into soil dynamics and the nutrient cycling
TerraMap Gold is an unrivalled soil nutritional and management service from Hutchinsons that combines the most comprehensive soil analysis with the most accurate soil mapping.
Canadian Digital Soil Mapping Technology Expands European Footprint
New distribution agreement brings SoilOptix® to farmers in continental and Eastern Europe.
Syngenta Presents Interra Scan for Better Soil Health
Interra Scan, which is powered by SoilOptix® technology, allows agronomists and growers to make informed decisions for soil stewardship and crop management with up to 27 layers of information on soil health.
Omnia helps East Yorkshire farm amid input price hikes
“With Omnia, the farm has analysed existing yield map data, plus soil and organic matter contents, to improve on-farm crop management; and the business is saying that Omnia has paid for itself within the first season.”
TCS R&I, SoilOptix® bringing AI advances to the farmer
At the opening last month of Pace Port Toronto, the fifth global research and co-innovation centre operated by Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), a presentation took place following the formal speeches and ribbon cutting ceremonies…
Provider Spotlight: Farm Tech uses smart farm tools of present, future
“Precision ag is doing the right thing in the right place at the right time in the right amount, and maximizing margin does not necessarily mean growing the most bushels for yield,”
Soil Sensing Goes Radioactive with Gamma Ray Spectrometry
“Scanning your field with what is essentially a geiger counter may seem like a strange way to find out which areas might yield the most, but it works pretty well, says a digital ag expert.”