BioFiling


BIOFILING™

soil microbiome profiling service

first routine biological fertility test



What do farmers usually work with?


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Soil fertility data falls into “blind spots” and is NOT used to make important managerial and technological decisions. However, this is where the answer to the root causes of diseases lies.

Our solution

DNA-based soil micro biodiversity analysis provides a wide, detailed, actual and accurate profile of soil microbiota.

 

Soil microbiological profiling (BioFiling™) enriches agricultural technology with an understanding of the dynamics of changes in soil properties and functioning, explaining how it reacts to weather conditions, agro-technology and climate change. This method also has a predictive role, as it studies how microbiome interacts with crops at the time of diagnosis and will interact with them in the future, making the cultivation process more efficient, economical and sustainable.

DATA driven decisions enabled and based on a comprehensive, holistic and clear picture with BioFiling™

 

Advantages of  BIOFILING™

❑Objectiveness

   ❑Screens what there is, no pre-targeting 

❑Directness

   ❑No cultures, no photos, no mismatches

❑Wideness

   ❑Takes it all

❑Low or no human impact

   ❑Not sensitive to skills

❑Digital twin’s benefits

   ❑Early removal of physical sample

❑Value. Digitized soil microbiome awareness is an additional asset and knowledge source. Either completed one time or dynamically

   ❑We see more version by version even in the tests completed previously


The value of  BIOFILING™

Engaging soil life DATA for next gen adaptive, sustainable and resilient agriculture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Typical uses and benefits of BioFiling™

 

❑To make agriculture more successful and more sustainable with much less of guessing and blind spots

❑To correctly choose the varieties and hybrids with a resistance profile that matches the profile of the biological threats actually present in the soil

❑To correctly choose the crop protection products, in particular fungicides, with a spectrum of action that matches the list of the phytopathogens actually present on the field

❑“Phytopathological forensic”. Explore the root causes of local phytopathological crises and recurrent phytopathological losses with an aim to preventing, ending or substantially reducing them. Use BioFiling™ Plant to see how the plant is affected

❑To develop effective strategy to close the root loses of plant pathological losses

❑Assess production risk levels for economic and financial calculations, in part for interaction with banking and insurance institutions

❑“Phytopathological forensic”. Explore the root causes of local phytopathological crises and recurrent phytopathological losses with an aim to preventing, ending or substantially reducing them. Use BioFiling™ Plant to see how the plant is affected

❑To develop effective strategy to close the root loses of plant pathological losses

❑Assess production risk levels for economic and financial calculations, in part for interaction with banking and insurance institutions

❑Planning adaptive crop rotations in terms of reducing losses and increasing productivity

❑Identify and uncover reserves for cropland productivity in order to increase economic efficiency and reduce risks