Soil Testing

A soil test is a process by which elements (N, P, K, pH, EC, Ca, Mg, S, organic carbon and micro nutrients: Zn, Br, Mn, Fe, Cu, Mo) are chemically removed from the soil and measured for their “plant available” content within the sample. The quantity of available nutrients in the sample determines the amount of fertilizer that is recommended in soil testing services. A soil test also measures soil pH, humid matter and exchangeable acidity. These analyses indicate whether lime is needed and, if so, how much to apply.

To find out what you need to do to improve your soil’s quality, you should know each of the following attributes of the soil:

  • Current pH levels of your soil.
  • Fertility levels of the principal nutrients.
  • Type and quantity of lime your soil needs.
  • Nutrients need to be added to your soil as fertilizer.
  • Amount of fertilizer your crop and soil needs.

Our Soil Testing lab is fully equipped with ultra-modern testing techniques. Several essential tests like pH, EC and organic C, N, P, K, S took place in the laboratory. On the basis of certain tests, reports are made and recommendations of fertilizer doses are suggested to farmer for the next season crops. These recommendations help the farmers and are available at a very minimal rate. Soil Testing is a process in which soil is tested by a chemical process in Soil Testing Laboratory. The quantity of nutrients in soil samples helps to recommend the amount of fertilizer required. Soil testing lab seeks to measure pH, humus matter and exchangeable acidity. By the analysis, you can test wanted as well unwanted elements (e.g. potassium, phosphorus, calcium, sodium, zinc, sulfur, magnese).

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