Sound Agriculture

Sound Agriculture

Sound Agriculture is improving how we farm and what we eat by unlocking the natural power of plants to help agriculture adapt faster and become more resilient. The company's flagship product, SOURCE, uses patented technology to activate soil microbes and supply plants with 25 lbs of both nitrogen and phosphorus.

Sound Agriculture
  • Optimizing Soil for Nitrogen Efficiency

    In nature, plants are able to access nitrogen present in the air and the soil, while in agricultural systems, most nitrogen is supplied from synthetic inputs. While synthetic nitrogen packs a hearty punch, it is an inefficient process, resulting in much nitrogen lost to the environment. So how ca...

  • How Phosphorus Behaves in the Soil

    Phosphorus can be a challenge to get a hold on — getting it into your crop is not as simple as applying it. In this video, we break down how phosphorus behaves in the soil, how to get phosphorus into your crop, and how you can make the most of the phosphorus already in your soil.

  • Kasey Bamberger on Growing for the Next Generation

    Meet Kasey Bryant Bamberger, 3rd generation farmer and partner at Bryant Agricultural Enterprise in Ohio. Kasey is constantly looking for new tools and technology to become more sustainable so that they're able to farm for generations to come, especially when it comes to nutrient use.

  • Sound Advice: Soil Microbes and Yield

    Microbes are a crucial part of the farm system, but how exactly do they impact yield outcomes? Join Sound Sales Agronomist Lake Gogolin for a brief update on how microbes behave in the soil, all the benefits they provide and how growers can take full advantage of them

  • Brandon Hunnicutt on Solving Water Quality with Soil Health

    Meet Brandon Hunnicutt, 5th generation farmer embracing innovation to improve sustainability. As part of their ongoing efforts to reduce nitrogen application and loss to local water ways, Hunnicutt Farms has turned to cultivating health soil and an active microbiome and in the process saw a 10 bu...

  • Sound Advice: Strategizing for Efficient Inputs in the Coming Season

    N prices may be enticing, but don't let them suck you into an ineffective N program this season. In this Sound Advice, Sound Sales Agronomy Manager Rich Haynes walks you through what you should consider before jumping into a one-shot N program, how to avoid losing up to 60% of your applied N and ...

  • Kyle Mehmen on Innovating Sustainably

    Meet Kyle Mehmen. The owner and GM of MBS Family Farms, he's a 5th generation farmer from Northeast Iowa. When it comes to farming, Kyle's likely seen it all. And SOURCE is a product that he trusts. Here's his story.

  • Sound Advice: Three Tips to Plan for Planting

    Sound Agronomist Landon Williams talk through 3 easy tips you can implement today to help you plan for successful planting come Spring.

  • Sound Advice: Planning for a 2x2 Fertilizer Placement System

    Sound Agronomist Landon Williams covers the benefits of and how to plan for a 2x2 system.

  • Sound Advice: Fall Fertility Considerations

    Sound Agronomist Jenna Stonehocker dives into tips for avoiding the biggest risks of fall inputs.

  • Roric Paulman on Always Innovating at Paulman Farms

    Roric Paulman has been farming the land outside Sutherland, Nebraska, his whole life. The defining feature of his operation: innovation. Through a willingness to test out new technology and lead the pack in implementing new practices, Roric has remained on the cutting edge and kept his ROI high.

  • How Trey Hill Manages His Land at Harbor View Farms

    At Harborview Farms in Rock Hall, Maryland, grower Trey Hill has the next generation on his mind. The bottom line will always be the bottom line, but in recent years he's been rethinking how he invests in his land and the surrounding community and ecosystems. Take a look at how Trey thinks about ...