Agronomy 365 doesn’t hold back – they give me all the knowledge they have. I understand my agronomy better. I’m in control of my decisions, and am able to easily track results.
There is a reason you are here. You know that profitability requires growers to get the most out of every inch of their farmland.
Your specific goals are unique to you. It may be to push through yield barriers, improve soil health, test new products, have a larger role in nutrient decision-making, or to simply do better than the year before.
Agronomy 365 is designed to give you the tools to find your Agronomic “Aha!” Moment. We help connect what is going on in your fields to what you can do about it. We’re centered around you: your yield goals, your operation’s data, and your unique decisions.
We make it simple to start tracking your fields’ nutritional needs. Enroll your fields in the Next Level Ag Labs and the 365 Dashboard. Then, follow the standardized protocol to pull soil and tissue samples from multiple areas of a field at each key growth stage. This enables tracking and monitoring of nutrient composition, plant uptake levels, and the existing relationships between your soil and what’s growing in it.
Data tells a story of what is happening in your field. Generic data and yearly trends make it hard to plan precise next-steps. Agronomy 365 connects your unique, comprehensive, and timely sample data with personal yield and business goals. This connection between data and the field environment will allow you to make better-informed decisions that fit your specific farming business.
We monitor fertility at multiple growth stages and utilize year-over-year data, even comparing it against peer farmers. This validates the agronomic decisions we make together and fine-tunes your nutrient management strategies. Our recommendations are based on the plant and soil’s needs using validated data, and not on the sales quotas of a local nutrient sales rep. You physically see numbers and charts that show the impact of your nutrient decisions.
Enroll in Agronomy 365. Or if you’re a member, login and continue where you left off.