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Agriculture Soil Testing

In agriculture today, anecdotal evidence suggests the percentage has improved. To remain profitable in agriculture under present conditions, every farmer and grower should consider that fertility levels must be measured. These measurements can then be used to manage soil fertility to more precisely achieve top production and quality, while still keeping costs at the minimum necessary to meet the goal. Two types of soil test are recommend to get better efficiency. a) Soil Test Recommendation b)Soil Fertigation Recommendation. We are having various labs like soil water plant testing lab, soil and plant tissue lab,soil nutrients analysis laboratory to get various soil test done. We are capable of providing our customers agriculture soil testing,soil fertilizer test, soil and water testing, soil and plant nutrients test.

A soil sample must be taken at the right time and in the right way. The tools used, the area sampled, the depth and the correct mix of the sample, the information provided, and packaging all influence quality of the sample.

Soil Test Recommendation

6 Steps to a successful soil sample :
  • 1. Get a trowel and a bucket. Be sure neither is rusty or made of galvanized (zinc-coated) metal, which could skew your results.
  • 2. Scrape mulch and leaf litter from the soil surface. Dig out a wedge of soil about 6 to 8 inches deep, and set this wedge aside.
  • 3. Now dig out a half-inch piece of soil from the hole and pour it into your bucket.
  • 4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 at least a half-dozen times in different parts of the farm or garden so that the soil sample represents your whole garden when mixed.
  • 5. Use your trowel to mix the soil together thoroughly.
  • 6. Fill the soil sample bag or container with the mixed soil, complete the paperwork and mail it all off to the lab.