Lab Test Package
S1B (Basic Package): Organic Matter, Phosphorus, (Sodium Bicarb and Bray 1), Potassium, Magnesium, Calcium, Sodium, (Ammonium acetate), soil pH, Aluminum, Saturation of Cation Elements including Sodium, calculated C.E.C. saturation %P, %K/Mg ratio. A&L Recommendations or OMAFRA Recommendations.
(with basic package S1B)
Soil Test Reports
Digging Deep: Unveiling the Power of Soil Fertility Testing and Comprehensive Reports.
Accurate soil testing enables you to identify deficiencies or excesses in essential nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, and micronutrients. Armed with this knowledge, you can optimize fertilizer applications, precisely adjust nutrient ratios, and minimize waste. This not only leads to improved crop yields but also promotes cost-effectiveness and environmental stewardship. View our sample soil fertility reports below.
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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.