We use the latest technology and equipment to collect soil data and create tailored prescriptions to resolve soil health issues and address production constraints.
Understanding your soils
The soil in your paddocks is the key to your production… you can only produce what your soil will allow.
The first step in understanding your soil, is to collect independent, accurate and statistically meaningful data.
Is there a pH issue such as acidity or alkalinity?
Is there a major nutrient deficiency such as nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium or sulphur?
Is there a present toxicity such as aluminium, sodicity or magnesium?
Once we understand your soils, we can establish and prioritise your soil treatment plan.
We use the latest spatial technology, together with state-of-the-art and custom-built electromagnetic and sampling equipment to get you the best possible data at the best possible price.
Our satellite imagery allows us to identify your soil types zones for a tailored sampling plan, which can save you at least 20% in soil sampling costs compared to grid sampling.
Our soil carbon sampling rigs are custom built, to travel further and faster, push deeper and through harder material.
Utilising GPS and satellite imagery to create digital farm maps including paddock boundaries and soil & vegetation zones.
Utilising electromagnetic, NDVI, bulk density, gamma and other satellite imagery for VRA and strategic fertiliser prescriptions.
Utilising comprehensive soil sampling, testing, satellite imagery and soil surveys to create tailored pasture improvement programs.
On Farm Trials
On-farm research trials (partnering with Meat & Livestock Australia and other research institutes) to lead the way in new soil, pasture and carbon research.