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Compost Monitoring services for Composting

  • Composting Services

    Composting is the process of recycling organic matter, such as yard and food waste, by allowing it to decompose and form a nutrient-rich soil amendment called compost. Chamness’s compost facilities in Eddyville, Iowa and Dodge City, Kansas are state-certified and some of the largest in the U.S. for industrial organic waste. Our sites operate ...

    By Chamness Technology, Inc. (CTI) based in Blairsburg, IOWA (USA).

  • Compostability Testing

    Biodegradable packaging alternatives have been increasing in popularity across the country. Our goal, as part of a sustainable recycling loop, is to support the increasing use of “compostable” food service ware while maintaining our high standard of compost quality. As a result, Cedar Grove Composting offers a program of technical ...

    By Cedar Grove Composting based in Maple Valley, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Agricultural Growth

    SOIL transforms hazardous wastes into an amazing resource, one that is desperately needed in Haiti: rich, organic, agricultural-grade compost marketed locally as Konpòs Lakay. Though the country was once one of the most agriculturally-productive countries in the world, today the soil is so stripped of nutrients that it cannot produce enough ...

    By SOIL Haiti based in Sherburne, NEW YORK (USA).

  • Potting Media Testing Services

    PreMix Evaluations. Component Evaluations. Composting Trials. Brand Comparisons. Mycorrhizae/Bacteria/Organic Source Amendment Tests. Pesticides Evaluations. Wetting Agents Trials. Compost Bioassay. State & Federal Registration. Mulch and Soil Council Standard Testing. Physical Parameters Testing (in conjunction w/ Quality Analytical ...

    By PAT²H Horticultural Research Services based in Rydal, GEORGIA (US) (USA).

  • Compostability

    Compostability is a loose term considered by experts to be an instance or subset of biodegradability. “Compostability” as presently defined in Europe and the USA involves establishing conditions that represent “modern” composting. One artifact that has emerged involves a distinction of “industrial” vs ...

    By Woods End Laboratories, Inc. based in Mt Vernon, MAINE (USA).

  • Turf, Lawn & Garden Services

    With modern turf and landscape management practices, our testing services are an integral part of a solid turf management plan. Our soil, plant tissue, nematode and irrigation water testing packages have played an important part in turf and landscape problem solving over the years. In fact, we have expanded our repertoire of testing services that ...

    By A&L Analytical Laboratories LTD based in Memphis, TENNESSEE (USA).

  • Submission Checklist

    Access the appropriate Submission Form for the kind of sample(s) you want to send (soil, compost, Leaf or compost tea), either electronically or by downloading and printing the hardcopy form. Review the corresponding “How to Take a Sample” instructions on the first page of the submission form.

    By Soil Foodweb, Inc. based in Corvallis, OREGON (USA).

  • Compost and Valorization Services

    Composting is employed to close the natural cycle of the organic sludge produced during treatments. Low environmental impact solutions and reduced energy costs. Aguambiente offers global solutions to specific needs to each client, to obtain the best results in the process.

    By Aguambiente based in La Cistérniga, SPAIN.

  • Compost Teas

    “Compost Tea” made from compost may be a potentially effective means to deliver microbial populations from compost into soil or onto plant surfaces, thereby reducing pathogenic fungal expression, and potentially reducing pesticide usage. Most methods of preparing compost extracts originate in from earlier European work.

    By Woods End Laboratories, Inc. based in Mt Vernon, MAINE (USA).

  • Compost Maturity Studies Services

    The composting process utilizes biological decomposition to break down, stabilize, and recycle organic material. It is a process that produces increased levels of microorganisms, pathogens, and heat. The same process uses the microorganism to break down available organic matter to reduce mass and volume, condition the soil, improve nutrient ...

    By HydroQual Laboratories Ltd. based in Calgary, ALBERTA (CANADA). from Soil Service line

  • Soil Carbon Quality

    Haney-Brinton Test for Active Carbon, Biomass and N + P Mineralization Potential. A new soil test procedure that provides an accurate measure of re-hydration CO2-burst, from which estimates of microbial biomass and potential C, N + P mineralization may be calculated. The test process measures two important parameters that have been shown to be ...

    By Woods End Laboratories, Inc. based in Mt Vernon, MAINE (USA).

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