Your Soil Lives – Get to Know It.

Soils are complex ecosystems. Only when we understand the biological processes that take place in them can we optimize and conserve them for generations to come.

Soilytix decodes your soil’s DNA and thereby makes previously inaccessible knowledge available – knowledge that provides new ways to maximize yields and in times of soil poverty and climate crisis is an important tool to ensure strong soils in the future.

The MySoil Analysis gives you a graphic and precise look at the soil. Which microorganisms are at work there? How high is the proportion of specific bacteria, fungi and single-cell organisms? What about pests, germs and extraneous matter?
For which plants is the soil best suited? How strong is its carbon sequestration? And what can you do to optimize it sustainably and make it suitable for a range of uses?
Soilytix provides answers – swiftly and understandably. For farmers, gardeners, environmental experts, scientists and everyone for whom their soil matters.

We aim to generate awareness of the complex interaction of life in our soils and to provide knowledge and tools that enable people to make their soil stronger and fit for the future.

Using biotechnological processes and proprietary databases we translate the complexity of organisms in the soil into a ‘fingerprint of the soil’ and thereby literally bring light into the dark. Biological analysis is the only way to gain a full understanding of the condition of a soil. And only with that knowledge are we able to give the soil exactly what it needs.

Along with climate change and the crisis of biodiversity, global impoverishment of the soil is the third great environmental threat we face. We need healthy soil – for agriculture, for the regeneration of nature and the sequestration of carbon. Maintaining and strengthening soils globally is one of mankind’s most important tasks.

Healthy soils are not only fertile; they also store more water, improve the local climate, bind CO2 and thereby remove greenhouse gas from the atmosphere. Above all, however, they supply what we all need: food.

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