Our Research Helps Growers Navigate the Biological Marketplace

We study the physical and chemical attributes of soil. Inexpensive soil sampling from each field helps farmers make customized, data-driven decisions that improve soil health and plant health — ultimately increasing yield and profits.

Our Commitment

At Bio Ag Management, we are committed to leveraging precision agriculture technology and enhancing the soil’s ecosystem to empower growers. By utilizing growers’ own data, we put them in the driver’s seat to decide how their input dollar should be spent.

Rebalancing your soil equals increases in its ecosystem efficiency

We identify the most suitable practices for your soil

  • No two acres are the same

We identify the most suitable products for your soil

  • We can provide anything from custom blended micronutrients to biological products

For a farmer, soil health is the productive capacity of the soil, or the capacity of the soil to produce a crop with minimal input. Soil biological properties are interconnected with other soil physical and chemical properties.

Soil biology affects soil structure, nutrient release, organic matter, the cycling of residue and carbon, and plant health. The fundamentals of basic agronomy are important in a biological system; proper soil PH, drainage, and fixing soil compaction are at the forefront of where we start with a grower.

In addition to implementing the right practices and biological products, we also re-evaluate outdated fertility recommendations. We believe that fertility decisions should be made at the field level; NOT based on 50-year-old recommendations.

A lot has changed in 50 years:

  • a better understanding of soil ecology
  • advancements in corn and soybean hybrids
  • equipment technology allowing for different application windows
  • GPS equipment allowing farmers to be more efficient in fieldwork as well as collecting
  • valuable planting, application, and yield data

In this research booklet, Bio Ag shares data on how various biological programs impact soil’s properties, aiming for short-term efficiency in fertility and plant health while promoting long-term sustainability. Bio Ag’s objective is to assist growers in navigating the biological marketplace and implementing practices focusing on soil health, which in turn alters fertility curves. The company is dedicated to aiding growers in establishing fertility management strategies to enhance profitability at the field level, acknowledging that while they may not have all the answers, they provide field-specific information for data-driven decisions.