Teralytic’s NPK soil probe is now available

A limited number of the Teralytic wireless NPK soil probes are now available for pre-ordering. These orders will be the first to ship the moment they’re ready in the warehouse — in time for 2019 planting. And until then, pre-order customers will receive regular updates on development and be able to view the status of their order on a personal landing page. Click here to pre-order probes now.

About the NPK Soil Probe

Teralytic’s wireless probe contains 26 sensors to provide the most detailed soil quality data available, reporting soil moisture, salinity, and NPK at three different depths, as well as aeration, respiration, air temperature…


There are more living things in a cup of soil than there are people on earth. A typical cup of healthy soil contains:

· 10–50 billion bacteria;

· 100 million types of fungi

· 100–7000 arthropods and micro-arthropods;

· 1000’s of different algae, protozoa, and nematodes.

Even more amazing, most of these organisms have yet to even be classified, never mind identified. Soil scientists don’t know exactly what they are or what they do! Yet they do know one thing, this life beneath our feet is crucial to healthy, nutritious and bountiful crops. In fact, without this life, you don’t…


Teralytic has raised $2.25 million in a Seed Round to bring its soil sensors and machine learning analytics technology to farmers. Teralytic’s solution helps farmers produce more food with fewer resources by improving their field’s soil health. 01 Ventures led the Seed investment in Teralytic.

Teralytic’s sensors constantly gather data about soil quality, such as its temperature, moisture, pH and fertility levels, as well as in-field micro-climate data. Each sensor accurately measures more than 20 different data points, giving farmers real-time visibility into the condition of their soils. Combined with machine learning and predictive analytics, the software platform helps farmers…


Taking care of your soil’s health is critical for your farm’s productivity and profitability. It can take up to 100 years for nature to produce one inch of topsoil, yet we are losing billions of tons of topsoil per year due to poor soil management practices. Covering the soil, keeping something growing in it, and increased diversity helps restore soil organisms and other organic matter. Finally, monitoring the health of your soils, the respiration, PH, fertility and other aspects help you find out exactly what your soils and crops need in order to maintain peak performance throughout the growing season.


There are more living things in a cup of soil than there are people on earth. A typical cup of healthy soil contains:

· 10–50 billion bacteria;

· 100 million types of fungi

· 100–7000 arthropods and micro-arthropods;

· 1000’s of different algae, protozoa, and nematodes.

Note the dark, moist profile of a healthy soil

Even more amazing, most of these organisms have yet to even be classified, never mind identified. Soil scientists don’t know exactly what they are or what they do! Yet they do know one thing, this life beneath our feet is crucial to healthy, nutritious and bountiful crops. In fact, without this life, you don’t…

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