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  • Soil Testing Service

    The answer to this question should guide the way a sample is taken. Soil sampling and analysis is a valuable Nutrient Advantage tool, providing insight into the nutrient and general fertility status of surface (and if analysed, sub-surface) soil layers.

    By Nutrient Advantage Laboratory based in Werribee, AUSTRALIA.

  • Agricultural Soil Analysis

    Soil analysis provides a measure of the quantity of nutrients available to the crop. Soil is analysed for its content of available Phosphorus (P), Potassium (K), Magnesium (Mg), pH (Lime) and trace elements. In addition to the above a glasshouse soil can be analysed for NO3 and E.C. The analytical results will only be meaningful if an adequate ...

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

  • 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

  • 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.

  • 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).

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