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The Key Advantages of Soil Maps

Discovering the exact soil composition within a field is the first step of any healthy crop production program. Depending on the crop, there are a very wide variety of soil types and different fertilizer requirements to get the ideal soil health for crop growth. However, soil sampling can be expensive, time-consuming, and tough to coordinate. 

Instead, use CIBO. With a robust data infrastructure, CIBO enables easy access to publicly available—but generally hard-to-reach—data, such as satellite imagery, weather history, weather forecasts, soil maps, parcel records, and historical practices. At CIBO, we have an easy-to-use soil map that helps show the composition of your field. Check out examples of soil reports below. 

Illinois Soil Map

Lafayette TwpColes Co, IL1401100001 39°31′11″N 88°15′42″W

LI Maps IL Soil

Iowa Soil Map

Griggs TwpIda Co, IA0229177 42°29′55″N 95°35′12″W

LI Maps IA Soil

Indiana Soil Map

Vincennes TwpKnox Co, IN421229400006000023 38°39′36″N 87°32′54″W

LI Maps IN Soil

Michigan Soil Map

Wright TwpHillsdale Co, MI170052000020591 41°43′22″N 84°26′25″W

LI Maps MI Soil

Minnesota Soil Map

Barber TwpFaribault Co, MN010220900 43°42′15″N 93°56′24″W

LI Maps MN Soil

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