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Exploring the Intersection of Soil, Elevation, and Plant Growth

Collecting elevation data with as much accuracy and resolution as is vital to understanding farmland. Elevation plays a large role in how crops grow throughout the growing season. Elevation may affect the type and amount of sunlight that plants receive, the amount of water that plants can absorb and the nutrients that are available in the soil. As a result, certain plants grow very well in high elevations, whereas others can only grow in middle or lower elevations.

Are you looking at new parcels of farmland or trying to figure out the best way to manage your current fields? Take a look at CIBO’s elevation maps. With CIBO, anyone can quickly and easily discover the different elevations and adapt their management practices accordingly. Take a look at a few elevation maps below. 


Roseville TwpGrant Co, MN140032500 45°50′9″N 95°59′28″W


LI Maps MN Elevation


Washington TwpDeKalb Co, MO000014511500000001000 39°44′58″N 94°29′11″W


LI Maps MO Elevation

North Dakota 

Ibsen TwpRichland Co, ND15000002923001 46°20′39″N 96°46′58″W


LI Maps ND Elevation


Plain TwpWayne Co, OH4300195000 40°45′30″N 82°5′45″W


LI Maps OH Elevation

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