By now you’ve probably heard of, maybe even paid for, a mail-in DNA test.
Weeks after dropping a saliva sample in the mail, a detailed description of your genetic makeup arrives. Some of these tests also offer detailed health histories, outlining biological predispositions that can prompt intervention and prevention that’s literally saving human lives.
The science and thinking behind Branch Creek’s Soil Health Test isn’t too far removed from this now-popular model. By providing superintendents with soil’s “DNA” – its biological profile – we arm them with the ability to quantify the impact that chemical inputs and cultural practices have on the biology in their soil.
This first of its kind test is the result of years of careful research.