Founder: Carolyn Wingate | (620) 253-1401 |

About Win Biologics

"Farming must change. I hope to be a driver of that change. 
I love that I get to be different, create my own seat at the table, provide value to the end user, and challenge the culture of ag chemicals. Agriculture's focus should be replenishing and sustaining soil health for future generations."
- Carolyn Wingate

Carolyn Wingate

Carolyn Wingate - Founder 

Carolyn has been involved in Ag retail since 2008. Her resume includes some of the biggest companies in the business. Her Passion for Carbon Soil Biology started at a Soil Health conference in 2016 after meeting Jonathan Lundgren, Gabe Brown, and Ray Archaletta. These ideas were fostered by a group of women in Ag that saw things a little differently, her #soilsisters. The opportunity to start WinBiologics was granted in 2021 and the quest for innovative technology to improve yields, farm profitability, and regenerate soil is on!   


Win Biologics was founded with building carbon soil biology in mind. How can we unlock secrets of soil that have existed long before agriculture? While Win Biologics has some micronutrients available and access to traditional chemistry, there are many research projects focusing on altering tank mix chemistry to better support the biology of our soil.


Products & Supplies 

Our products are made up of micronutrients, humic acid, fuvic acid, amino acids, seaweed, sugars, solvents, stickers, nitrogen efficiency products, bio stimulants, plant growth regulators, worm castings, and other ingredients that will be sourced to help bring nutrients and efficiencies to the farm.

    Consulting services

    Source, test, and provide the Regenerative Ag focused micronutrients, nutrient enhancement technology, and surfactants that work on building soil and the biology in our soil. Fertilizer recommendations will be provided by university, retailer, farmer, or crop consultant.

                Good Day Kansas


      Win Biologics is getting the word out about #soilhealth practices and #covercrops!

      Thank you Good Day Kansas, for showcasing us last week and helping us spread the word!