What is it?
Crops don’t grow well if they are standing in water! That’s why your yields may decline if your fields drain too slowly.
However, before proceeding with any drainage or grading work, it is best to understand the source of this excess water: a high water table, poorly maintained ditches, blocked drains, compacted soil, depressions in which surface water can accumulate, etc.
By diagnosing the drainage of your soils, our engineers and agronomists can shed light on how the water behaves in your plots. To find the cause of poor drainage, several elements are examined methodically:
What’s in it for me?
Obtaining a soil drainage diagnosis allows you to properly identify
the situation. It is therefore an excellent investment if you want to implement sustainable solutions adapted to your field’s configuration.
Ultimately, well-drained soils give you better long-term yields because they:
Understanding soil drainage is a combination of agronomy, engineering, and geography. Our multidisciplinary team has a solid and recognized experience that allows us to find the solution that best applies to your situation.