Sampling and analysis of soil result in relevant facts about well-stocked soil and other parameters. Based on those facts further measures on the preparation of the soil are planned long-term and for the next season.
Discrepancies in individual areas can occur even in the case of homogeneous parcels. Classical methods of sampling, in this case, provide an average value of well-stocked soil on an individual parcel.
By monitoring the crop throughout the season, we can observe different growth trends that point to discrepancies in the soil. Based on those discrepancies precision sampling is planned – we take samples from particular areas and obtain data on the state of soil nutrient level with nutrients, organic matter and other parameters.
Precision basic fertilization is performed based on the obtained data and the quality of the soil is gradually improved and equalized.