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crop sample Services

  • Sampling for Nutrient Analysis

    Taking of samples for nutrient analysis has to be done very precise but can be done by yourself. Most important is that the samples are being taken the same way every time, if possible by the same person. For a good average sample you need to take on 20 to 40 places a subsample.Sampling instructions soil samples When the composition of the ...

    By Relab den Haan based in Den Hoorn, NETHERLANDS. from Horticulture Sampling Service line

  • Crop & Pasture Analysis Services

    An accurate assessment of the nutritional status of your crop or pasture at the time of sampling will enable the rapid identification and treatment of visible or sub-clinical problems. Please note, we do offer specialised analysis services to the Broadacre and Horticultural sectors and we will pleased to discuss your specific requirements.

    By Phosyn Analytical based in Andrews, AUSTRALIA.

  • Crop Monitoring Services

    TerraSphere produces vegetation index maps (WDVI, TCARI/OSAVI, CWSI) of individual parcels based on satellite and UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) imagery throughout the growing season. The maps allow farmers to monitor the growth of their crops. The maps can be used as a basis for variable rate application of fertilizer and potato haulm killing, or ...

    By TerraSphere Imaging & GIS B.V. based in Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS.

  • Soil Sampling & Testing Service

    Soil testing provides an index for the nutrient availability in soil and is a critical step in nutrient management planning. It has become an important tool for assessing soil fertility and arriving at proper fertilizer recommendations. It is also a valuable management aid for studying soil changes resulting from cropping practices and for ...

    By Central Laboratory (Thailand) Company Limited. based in Ladyao, THAILAND. from Agricultural Testing Service line

  • Soil Sampling Services

    Sampling areas should represent a uniform area which could include the whole field or the reason for choosing management zones. Crop and soil properties that might influence sampling areas choices include: Historic yield differences, variable crop growth, slope differences, soil texture, soil color, drainage, and past management that might include ...

    By AgLab Express based in Sioux Falls, SOUTH DAKOTA (USA).

  • Grid Sampling Service

    By precisely depicting soil variability in a field, Crop Quest agronomists are able to maximize fertilizer efficiency. Why place fertilizer where it is not needed? Grid sampling allows you to distribute fertilizer more efficiently by applying variable rates where needed. Not only does this have the potential to affect your bottom line but may also ...

    By Crop Quest Inc. based in Dodge City, KANSAS (USA).

  • Soil Testing and Sampling Service

    Maintaining good soil fertility is crucial for growing quality crops.  Soiltest is committed to assist you to know how to best manage the fertility of your field.  Please consider the following to maintain the fertility levels of your field.

    By Soiltest Farm Consultants, Inc. based in Moses Lake, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Plants Sampling Service

    A general rule of thumb is to collect the most recently matured or fully expanded leaves. Sampling the proper part of the plant at the right growth stage allows comparison of the data to a known standard. The crop nutrient status of the field can then be evaluated. The greater the number of plants sampled, the better the data will represent the ...

    By Motzz Laboratory Inc. based in Phoenix, ARIZONA (USA).

  • Plant Sampling Services

    High crop yields and quality depend on many factors - adequate water and nutrients, the correct plant population and variety, disease and insect resistance or control, etc. One of the most important is nutrient status of plants, which reflects the nutrient supply of the plant at the time of the sampling.

    By Illinois Soil Testing Association (ISTA) based in Columbia, ILLINOIS (USA).

  • Plant Testing & Sampling Service

    Plant sampling guidelines: Proper plant sampling techniques are essential for meaningful evaluation of crop fertility. Be sure to use clean sample bags which breathe freely. Collect a sufficient number of samples to represent the field—at least 25 to 30. Collect the samples from representative parts of the field. Stay away from odd areas ...

    By Central Laboratory (Thailand) Company Limited. based in Ladyao, THAILAND. from Agricultural Testing Service line

  • Land Sampling & Nutrient Analysis

    Because we are keenly aware that different states and regions hold different soil amendment standards, we routinely work closely with each of our customers to determine his or her unique needs for optimal land use.  It’s all part of our standard permitting and Nutrient Management Plan structure.No matter the project or service being ...

    By Synagro Technologies, Inc. based in Baltimore, MARYLAND (USA). from Reusing Service line

  • Collecting Plant Tissue Samples

    Plant tissue analysis can be used as a guide for determining the cause of poor crop and pasture performance, however accurate sampling is just as important as the laboratory analysis. East West EnviroAg can also test for boron, molybdenum, cobalt, chlorides, soil-total N & P and cotton petiole NO3.  Prices for these additional tests will ...

    By East West Enviroag Pty Ltd. based in Tamworth, AUSTRALIA.

  • Soil Sampling Services

    Envirofield is one of the UKs leading companies providing a nationwide fast and efficient soil nitrogen sampling service.

    By Envirofield based in Bury St Edmunds, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Plant Testing Service

    Plant tissue sampling has some crucial elements such as timing, growth stage, plant part and the number of leaves required for testing and sampling varies between crop types.  Please see the Plant Sampling Guide for more information.

    By Nutrient Advantage Laboratory based in Werribee, AUSTRALIA.

  • Soil Mineral Nitrogen

    Soil Mineral Nitrogen (SMN) usually has a bigger effect on crop growth, yields and quality than any other nutrient. Nitrogen can be supplied from the soil, atmosphere, organic manures and crop residue as well as from fertilisers. Nitrogen can be lost by leaching, ammonia volatilisation and denitrification. SMN is an important analysis offered to ...

    By Anglian Soil Analysis Ltd based in LINCS, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Soil Analysis Services

    Farmers Edge Laboratories offers a suite of agricultural soil analysis to inform your crop production decisions.Our soil nutrient analysis packages (listed below) are grouped to fit the crop you plan to seed. We recommend double-depth sampling to inform the best crop planning. Sampling depths are often 0 to 6 inches (surface) and 6 to 24 inches ...

    By Farmers Edge Precision Consulting Inc. based in Winnipeg, MANITOBA (CANADA).

  • Programs Grid Testing Service

    Western Laboratories has the most extensive programs for potatoes, onions, mint, orchards, nurseries and vineyards in the United States. Grid sampling is designed for your crop advisor to pull the samples or Western Laboratories to pull the samples, depending upon the distance from the lab.  Most fields are collected in a one or two-acre grid.

    By Western Laboratories, Inc. based in Parma, IDAHO (USA).

  • Tissue Analysis Services

    Sampling For Plant Tissue Analysis: Plant analysis is the second tool after soil testing that is critical to improving crop nutrition and yield. Only plant analysis can identify the actual nutrient status of a plant or crop. While soil testing identifies the nutrients offered to the crop, plant analysis identifies how well the plants are utilizing ...

    By Agri-Labs, Inc. based in Auburn, INDIANA (USA).

  • SGS - Soil, Leaf and Water Services

    Soil, leaf and water services from SGS – optimize and improve your crop development, increase growth and ensure quality with effective testing and sampling.Achieving sustainable and productive agriculture is vital. That is why we offer you comprehensive sampling and laboratory testing of plant tissue, soil, water and fertilizers to improve ...

    By SGS North America Inc based in Rutherford, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Agriculture and Food Service line

  • Professional Consulting Services

    Our Professional Agrologists and Agronomy team are extremely knowledgeable and available to help with both crop and business planning. With many years of experience in the area, they know the land and what to expect for the region. From analyzing soil samples in developing required fertilizer blends to recommending the proper crop protection ...

    By Parkland Fertilizers Ltd. based in Wetaskiwin, ALBERTA (CANADA).

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