Crop Production Planning

Old-time farmers knew things “in their bones”, and relied on some dubious information, in the absence of today’s scientific data when planning for their growing season.

In order to remain competitive, and to make sure that this year’s growing season produces maximum yield without compromising future yields by unduly stressing your soil, you need strong science.  For 30 years, BioAgronics have been helping prairie farmers manage their crop planning, and have developed industry-leading solutions to the problems farmers face every year.


Extreme weather can have adverse effects on soil quality.  Too much or too little moisture can contribute to soil compaction, or Hardpan.  Flooding and drought can change a soil’s chemical composition, and one year’s growth can directly affect the next.  In a time of unstable climate, it’s necessary to keep on top of soil quality when planning your crops.

Soil Restrictions

Soil pH. When the pH level drifts too far from optimal, nutrient and trace minerals tie up and are not be available for the crop.

Crop Management

Optimizing your Crop rotation.  As an example  Flax and Soybeans should not follow Canola.


BioAgronics has developed solutions to help the modern farmer increase soil health and get more yield from their farm.  We’ve developed a Field Proven Procedure for all farms that starts with a complete consultation and comprehensive soil tests.  A customized solution will be made that will reduce the risk in crop production, and help you to maintain the quality of soil on your land, today and tomorrow.

BioAgronics is a Manitoba company dedicated to being soil smart and helping prairie farmers get better results.