The only streamlined process that assures your agronomists that customer fields are in your resample program.
Today’s high-yield agriculture demands that soil nutrient levels be measured at regular intervals. Despite this, research shows that up to 65% of fields that are sampled once are missed on the resample cycle!
With ReTain your customers’ previously sampled fields are automatically loaded into SoilView on the regular cycle you choose and ready to be released for resampling. ReTain enables your agronomists to create a soil resampling strategy before the busy harvest season starts.
Take back lost spreading days, exceed your grower’s expectations, and most importantly – no more missed customer fields!
ReTain reduces pressure on your sales agronomists by pre-loading the growers
and fields eligible for resampling into SoilView for their review and release.
Your growers are counting on you to provide superior service and quality information. Don’t let your hard work walk out the door!
Frequently Asked Questions
ReTain is a new feature added for SoilView customers, and currently there are no additional fees to use it.
Not automatically. After you review your ReTain Eligible orders you control the next step by taking action to set their status to Pending or Ready, or you can remove them from your list.
The SoilView System searches previous sample events, and compares field area to see if it has been resampled. If it hasn’t, a ReTain Eligible order is created for you to review.
ReTain is completely customized to your account. You decide the frequency used to identify ReTain Eligible orders to tailor it to your specific sampling goals.
SoilView orders are compatible with almost any provider. In most cases a soil sampling order can originate through ReTain and the resulting data will flow back into your third-party software seamlessly.
Yes! We have had great success adding new customers’ previous sampling events into SoilView so they can be identified as ReTain Eligible orders moving forward.
Go Further with SoilView
Ask your Agronomy Provider about having your sampling done through SoilView, or contact us and we will put you in touch with a partner in your area!