FarmLab Soil Management Software

FarmLab Soil Management Software helps users create accurate digital soil maps of their farm using the latest in digital soil mapping research.

Features include:

  • Generate soil maps that display soil properties across an area using a combination of remotely sensed data. Map soil test results back to each of these zones to create an accurate map to plan land use, apply inputs at variable rates and better manage soil,

  • Use the auto sampling tools to view soil sample locations that reflect the variance of soil over a given area,

  • View stack NDVI over several years as well as elevation data to analyse soil performance across an area,

  • Export and share the maps to your existing Farm Management Software to be used in conjunction with other management data,

  • Use with the FarmLab mobile application to help take and submit samples.

Pricing model

We charge a per ha fee for the creation of soil management zones. Once created, users can continue to access them as required.

Installation process

Hosted in Australia. Sign up at for access, no installation necessary.

Ongoing maintenance required and support provided in Australia

We're working with the University of Sydney to constantly improve our soil management tools and accuracy. Updates will be released frequently.

Units deployed commercially100+
Energy source

Not applicable

Communications compatibility

Available online only. Users can use the FarmLab Mobile application offline for in-paddock sampling.

Data ownership policy

We believe soil data should belong to the land managers and farmers who own the land. We don't sell farmer's data or share it outside of FarmLab, without the farmer's permission.

Data privacy and security policy

Our privacy policy can be found here.
Our terms and conditions can be found here.

Supported RegionsAll of Australia
Case Study
  • FarmLab and Precision Pastures have trialled a new soil testing process using digital mapping, NDVI satellite technology and gamma-radiometric data

  • The new process saved a New England farmer up to 50% on soil testing costs and 20% on soil improvement costs

  • The new process allowed the farmer to build a databank of GPS located measurements to aid soil improvement and provide evidence based land value accretion

Focus areas
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