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Soil Data When You Want It, Where You Want It: Teralytic Open API

With comprehensive soil data—and access to the technology that collects it—growers can more easily make informed management decisions throughout the season, reducing environmental impact while improving soil health, crop yield, and profitability.

Teralytic’s open API allows the soil data from our wireless NPK probes to be used in any platform that growers prefer. We’re proud to partner with companies and organizations working to build sustainable food systems and provide players throughout the supply chain with better access to data—starting with the soil.

This real-time, comprehensive soil data will be able to fuel precision NPK prescriptions, spatial soil mapping (to create custom fertilizer blends per region or crop), predictive fertility over time, environmental and compliance documentation, supply chain transparency and traceability from soil to harvest, financial risk and insurance monitoring, and more.

Teralytic’s open API allows the soil data from our wireless NPK probes to be used in any platform that growers prefer.

Digital Ag Use Cases

Using Teralytic soil and environmental data from the farm before harvest, we’ve been piloting blockchain methods of showing the entire journey of a crop, from seed to plate. With this transparency, consumers will know where their food comes from while companies will be able to validate their sustainability claims—promoting both the farm’s business and the company brand.

We’ve also partnered with the John Deere OpsCenter platform, so growers can use Teralytic’s soil data to direct tractors to spray and fertilize the right place at the right time—saving time, preventing over-fertilization, and saving money.


Teralytic User Interface (UI) Updates

While Teralytic builds more partnerships through our open API, we’re continually improving our own dashboard with new features rolling out regularly. The Teralytic dashboard can be accessed on desktop or mobile, showing updated soil nutrient and moisture data every 15 minutes.

Below are some of our latest updates for improved capabilities:

  • Data Hierarchy: Users can explore different levels of data through interaction, drilling down to data points at the property, field, or individual probe levels.
  • Sharing Context: Users can share a dashboard-view URL with their colleagues to immediately drive them to specific levels of data, such as a specific field or probe at a specific depth.
  • Statistical Variance and Interface Ranges: Users can visualize the variance of their field statistical aggregates in linecharts, seeing where that data falls in terms of optimal ranges for the crop they are growing.


  • Time-locking: Users can click to lock dashboard linecharts at a specific time to see their soil data across all sensors.


Developers can click here to starting building custom integrations on our open API now. To learn more about our dashboard features, click here, and stay tuned in the coming months for further updates as we strive to continually improve our users' experience.