Benefits of Lab Science
Deveron meets your needs in agriculture test analysis, from fertility and carbon soil data to tissue and manure analysis. Backed by years of experience and research, our network of laboratories are designed to meet the changing needs of our customers and the industry.
Our in-field technicians send samples directly to our network of laboratories for full service needs in one place. We can deliver your results back to you in a variety of ways with the assistance of our insights team.
Our Lab Science Services
Our lab network engages in partnering with you to get the most of your soil. We can support both fertility and carbon soil testing, with an array of testing protocols to meet program guidelines and needs.
Traditional soil tests measure the physical and chemical properties of soil, but soil is a living, dynamic and continually changing ecosystem. By digging deeper into the physical, chemical and biological interactions we can make improved agronomic recommendations for higher yields and greater profit.
Our Lab Networks
A&L Canada Laboratories
A&L Canada Laboratories Inc. is an innovative, research driven technology company focused on sustainable development. Through leading expertise, modern laboratory facilities and strong customer focus, A&L serves a wide range of industries including Agriculture, Environmental, Food & Pharma — globally.
Woods End Laboratories
Since 1974, Woods End has been dedicated to the characterization and understanding of the interaction of human industry with soil environments. Our principal focus is building a practical and natural approach to soil analysis through research and farmer outreach.
Frontier Labs, based in Clear Lake, Iowa, offers the perfect combination of soil testing and consulting for any size operations or producer.
Located in Northeast Indiana, and with over 20 years of development and experience, Agri-labs provides expertise in a variety of soil types. As technology continues to develop, Agri-Labs continues to invest in new opportunities that are beneficial to you.
Soil Testing FAQs
A: Soil Test Reports are sent in CSV, Excel and PDF format.
A: No, not for fertility sampling. All you need to get started is a rough boundary of the field (we can provide) to be sampled for bulk and grid sampling.
For zone sampling historical yield, elevation, or NDVI imagery can be used to create zones for testing.
A: You can talk to your Account Manager if you have any questions about your soil test report.
A: Nutrient recommendations need to be requested when ordering soil sampling. If not, they can be added on after the field is sampled. The lab will need previous crop, Intended crop and yield goal.