Easy Online Access to Your Soil Testing Results
We strive to support your current software as well as provide easy-to-use tools
Solum’s lab software is designed to work with existing precision ag systems and provide and easy interface for looking up and manipulating data. Our goal is to make your interaction with us as simple as possible while maintaining flexibility for future growth.
Designed for Collaboration
We know your teams have a lot going on so we want to make working together as simple as possible. Our team is always working to develop and support new software exchange protocols that help organize and share data with your trusted service providers. If you have any questions, or just want to get started, you can log in at any time to submit samples or share results.
Are you a programmer? Check out our API.
Solum’s back end tools reduced our back office work by 50% in the first year.”
— Terry Panbecker, Manager Soilmap
Order Samples Online
- Use our simple order form to request tests and recommendations that meet your needs
- Print forms so your requests are clear when they get to our lab
- Our system matches up the printed form with the request you submitted online so your results can go back into your system in exactly the right way
Look Up Your Fields
- Advanced search/refine/export features make it simple to find the right subset of data and handle it properly
- Not sure about the spelling? Autocomplete helps guide you through what you have in our system
- Export features allow you to handle the results from multiple fields at once
Easy to Understand Reports
- Complex information presented in a simple, easily-understandable format
- View traditional lab or nitrate reports
- Look at map views when GPS data exists
- Leverage the timeline view when there are multiple sampling events in the same field
Soil lab results list the test, and may include interpretation or recommendation. When reviewing lab results, it is important to know what extraction method was used. Labs may report results in parts per million (ppm) or lbs/acres. To understand more on soil sample analyisis go to: