Dig Into Our New Approach to Improve Soil Performance

Dig Into Our New Approach to Improve Soil Performance

Does your soil measure up? With RhizeBio™ technology, growers now have access to advanced soil testing tools for assessing soil biology and performance. Harness the power of soil biology, implement new management practices, and improve soil health. 

Precision Agriculture Starts at the Roots

We focus on the rhizosphere, where a complex system of microscopic life supports your crops. By creating a healthy environment for your soil, you’ll grow stronger, more resilient crops and drive sustainability. Modernize your farming practices with RhizeBio™ technology.

Unlock the Potential of Genomics

Revolutionary Technology

Because we believe in the potential of genomics to transform agriculture, we work to ensure that communities everywhere can experience the benefits.

Soil Health Made Simple

We curate the world's genetic knowledge and provide sophisticated analysis tools so you can deliver concise, easy-to-interpret soil reports.

Become a Partner

We support laboratories, agronomists, and farmers driving adoption of NGS to improve management and input decisions in the field.

Our metagenomic approach is our proprietary bioinformatic pipeline that translates raw soil DNA sequencing data into user-friendly and informative soil health reports.

Optimize Soil Function & Improve Yields with RhizeBio™

With pioneering research and science-backed technology, RhizeBio™ allows you to track biodiversity and soil health for improved farm productivity. We’ll help you grow stronger, more nutritious crops for years to come.

Soil Data at Your Fingertips

Rhize Bio Report

When you partner with RhizeBio™, you’ll receive a report describing the biological health of your farm’s soil. Then, you can use this data to implement new regenerative farming approaches and track improvements in your soil’s biodiversity and function. Take your soil analysis to the next level. Together, we can help your business – and your crops – thrive.

Rhize Bio Report

Soil Health Made Simple

RhizeBio is committed to empowering you with all the soil testing services needed for fertile soil. 


Discover the richness and complexity of your soil’s microbial communities.


Identify the role of your soil’s microbiome in nutrient cycling, soil fertility, and soil conservation.

Soil sample

Soil Health Reports & Nutrient Analysis

Receive a deep dive into your soil’s available nutrients, cover crop recommendations, nutrient recommendations, organic matter, and overall soil health score.

Risk Reports

Examine critical details about the presence of fungal pathogens, soil disturbance rating, and resistance metrics for drought and diseases.

Start Your Path to Better Soil

Frequently Asked Questions

Unlike traditional soil testing that measures chemical nutrients, the Rhize Soil Health Test uses advanced metagenomic tools to measure soil biodiversity to predict function. Soil is one of the most complex environments on earth, with billions of microbes in each gram. The only reliable way to measure soil biodiversity is through advanced next generation sequencing platforms and metagenomic applications.

The microbiome represents all of the microorganisms that inhabit a particular environment. In the case of soil, the microbiome is complex and diverse and it functions to retain nutrients, cycle nutrients for plant availability, promote aggregate formation, mineralize nutrients, suppress disease and degrade organic and inorganic compounds. In short, a healthy soil microbiome increases crop yield and protects crops from disease and other stresses.

Genomics allows us to understand the genetic makeup of the soil’s microbiome. This knowledge is crucial in assessing soil health and biodiversity. At RhizeBio, we use genomics to transform raw soil DNA sequencing data into user-friendly and informative soil health reports, empowering farmers to make informed decisions about their soil management practices.

The microbes in soil improve crop production in many ways. Here are just a few:

  • Producing horomones that promote root growth
  • Increasing water intake
  • Adding nutrients to the soil through the breakdown of organic and inorganic compounds
  • Improving nutrient absorption by breaking down vitamins and other compounds into bioavailable forms
  • Improving soil structure
  • Improving crop immunity
  • Protecting crops from harmful bacteria, fungi, nematodes, and other pests