What is it?
Soil sampling gives you a complete picture of your soils, including their:
In concrete terms, sampling allows you to measure the evolution of a single field and/or to compare between fields.
There are two sampling methods. With the conventional method, our agronomists form a single sample with all their samples. This method gives average values, which is sufficient for most producers.
GPS sampling is both more accurate and more expensive. Its geo-referenced data provides an accurate picture of different areas in your fields. GPS sampling may be appropriate if your fields are already very productive, you want to apply very precise amounts of inputs, or you want to conduct tests.
What’s in it for me?
Sampling is an essential tool for understanding the condition and evolution of your soils. This service can tell you why your fields give different yields and what treatments to apply.
Sampling is also required for the realization of your agro-environmental fertilization plan (AEFP).
Performing a representative sampling requires rigor and precision. To achieve this, our agronomists take into account all the important factors, such as the number and size of samples or the sampling pattern.
Our agronomists translate their results into simple language, while giving you a good overview of the situation. This allows you to understand the merits of their recommendations and to apply them in the field.