​Do you struggle with soil sampling?

Frustrated by inconsistent sample depths?
Is it time to sample by the inch, instead of tens of feet?
Annoyed by samplers who don't prioritize quality?
Struggling to meet environmental demands?
Unsure if your soil sampling is biased?
Worried your nutrients aren't going in the right spot?

We get it.

We get you. Our CEO is a farmer and knew there had to be a better way to sample soil.

"With autonomous GPS pulling from the same spots every 3 years, we can see how nutrients change, and know when to cut back or add them, increasing our operation's profit. This and the sample quality is why we are a customer."

Scott Eikholt, Commercial Farmer

Successful Farming - Innovation Showcase Winner

"The day that I met the Rogo team I knew we were once more at the threshold of the next step in sampling technology. This is as close to perfect repeatability as we may ever get."

Herb Steffen, GMS Soil Labs Owner

How to tackle your challenges.

1. Sign

Talk to us to select 

the right service level,

then sign up.

2. SmartCore 

We take SmartCore to

the field and it collects

samples autonomously.

3. Lab 

Samples are shipped

to the selected lab

and analyzed.

4. Get High 
Quality Results

Accurate results are

delivered to the farmer

and/or agronomist.

5. Repeat for Trends

SmartCore will return

within inches, so proper

trend analysis can occur.

Our Guarantee:

We'll Sample Acres Accurately, Safely and Professionally

What you will accomplish.

Unparalleled Extraction

  • Complete & Custom Depth Control
  • No Core Loss or Compression
  • Reduces Contamination

Core Repeatability

  • Returns to Each Core within Inches
  • Accurate Data for Trend Analysis

Zero Human Error

  • Complete Autonomy
  • Reliable Packaging and Identification
  • Done Right Every Time

Low Risk Investment

  • Provided as a Service by the Acre
  • Reduces Risk and Upfront Cost

How much is inaccurate sampling costing you?

How many of your soil samples are subpar quality?
Are the right amounts of nutrients going to the right places?
How are you certain your soil sampling is unbiased?
How much are you overspending on nutrients, or impacting yields?