The Importance of Soil Analysis and Testing for Australian Growers
Agronomists and growers should not under estimate how important it is to do proper and timely soil analysis and testing. It is important to note that the information received from soil analysis and testing, particularly as it relates to local conditions across Australia, is highly dependent on how the samples are obtained, the overall agricultural soil testing strategy used, and the procedures employed by the soil testing lab.
The details below are derived from procedures based on over a decade of soil analysis and testing by one of the most respected certified soil testing labs in Australia. These details should assist Australian agronomists, growers, consultants, and governmental departments in collecting soil samples prior to submitting them for chemical analysis.
Soil Analysis and Soil Testing
Our tests provide you with a complete report on the status of your soil’s mineral and micronutrient makeup. The information contained in this report provides growers and agronomists with valuable guidance on proper fertiliser selection and micronutrient applications.
These soil tests include: Total Soil (with PBI) (S7): pH (H2O), pH (CaCl2), EC, S, P, Na, K, Ca, Mg, Al, Cl, Cu, Zn, Mn, Fe, B, NH4-N, NO3-N, % Organic Matter, colour, texture, Lime requirement, CEC, Ca/Mg ratio, % Base saturation & PBI.
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Phosyn Analytical specialises in agricultural soil analysis and testing for Australian growers and agronomists.
Our lab is ASPAC certified, so you can be confident the reports you receive are accurate and will provide you with the information that will help you choose the right treatment for your broadacre and horticultural crops.