Greater crop production

According to Ohio State University, subsurface drainage can increase  crop production up to 50%, depending upon the soil’s ability to respond  to drainage improvements 

Increased Revenues

 Naturally, an increase in yields means a corresponding increase in revenue. 

Maximum Use of Resources

Proper drainage maximizes efficiency of fertilizer and crop protection  products. Makes tillage, planting and harvesting operations faster and  easier. 

Longer Growing Season

Well drained soil warms faster for earlier planting, resulting in a longer growing season for crops. 

Reduced Risk

 In the spring, well drained fields dry quicker, allowing for more work days in the field during this critical time of year. 

Increase Land Value

Well drained land enables all other agricultural inputs to work together  more successfully. Improving land value and crop quality both today and  tomorrow.