Every soil is unique, and the crops you grow in it have their own unique requirements. OmniSoil is a comprehensive assessment of soil nutrient levels, but is far more than a standard soil test. Developed internally over 15+ years, OmniSoil analyses the condition of your soil, the crops you are growing and your yields and produces a detailed analysis, product recommendation and application schedule that is completely unique for a paddock, grove or orchard of your farm. As even neighbouring paddocks can vary significantly OmniSoil means every part of your property is delivering precisely what is needed to get maximum crop yield.
As OmniBio™ looks at what nutrients your Soil is providing or lacking, OmniSap® looks at them within your plants. It provides a comprehensive nutrient analysis of what the plant has experienced in recent weeks, and what needs to be adjusted for optimal health and yield. This 'health snapshot' can be done at any growth stage and provides statistically verifiable information on what is happening with the crop, along with product recommendations and application schedules to remedy any underperforming aspects.
The management of soil biological life starts with an OmniBio™ analysis, which forms a significant part of Omnia’s Nutriology concept. Utilising free living nematodes as key indicators of microbial life, OmniBio™ analysis gives insight into the levels of fungi and bacteria present, as well as any problem parasitic nematodes. An assessment of enzyme activity provides a unique window into soil microbial activity. An OmniBio™ analysis offers enzyme assays as a means of determining a microbial population’s potential to degrade or convert carbon, phosphorus and nitrogen substrates to plant-available nutrients.
Just as every paddock or grove on your farm has it's own strengths and challenges, different parts of each one can vary greatly. Omni Precise is a precision mapping system that analyses photosynthesis and nutrient concentrations as a grid, which when combined with OmniSap sap maps and OmniSoil soil maps gives a detailed picture of how your field varies. This data can then be utilised to target application so you're only applying product where it's actually needed, saving you time and money and giving you confidence you're operating at peak efficiency.