OneSoil's main partner in the field trials was
IMC, one of the ten largest agricultural companies in Ukraine
How it all began: IMC had the necessary resources to implement precision farming, however the company was looking for more knowledge and experience to correctly identify fields' productivity zones and build prescription maps for variable-rate seeding or fertilizer application. This is where Usevalad Henin, a GIS specialist and one of OneSoil's founders, came in handy
The first joint trials took place in 2020 on fields totaling 5,000 hectares.
They brought IMC a yield increase of 0.12 t/ha when performing variable-rate corn seeding and 0.6 t/ha in high-productivity areas when applying urea at variable rates.