- Newsletter featured articles
- How to arrange an on-site soil assessment
- How to submit soil, plant and water samples for analysis
- How to take good representative samples
- Test interpretation notes
- General information
NEWSLETTER FEATURED ARTICLES
This fascinating paper will interest landscape architects, garden designers, wholistic land managers and really anyone with a care for our environment. James is a respected farmer, internationally known artist and a great thinker. He takes a unique look at art and design on a truly landscape scale.
Soil Our Common Ground – a Humanities Perspective by Rebecca Lines-Kelly
HOW TO ARRANGE AN ON-SITE SOIL ASSESSMENT
If you require on site assessment and sampling of your soil, landscaping plantings or crops, contact Pro Ag Soil Management through the “Contact Us” page of this website or directly on 0417 925824 or email@example.com.
We can conduct a thorough investigation of any issues affecting soil or plant nutrition and identify any toxicities or barriers to production present. We will provide a quotation for any work if requested.
HOW TO SUBMIT SAMPLES FOR ANALYSIS
You can send your soil and plant samples directly to the laboratory for analysis if on site assessment is not required. When testing is completed, the lab will send the data to Pro Ag for reporting. Pro Ag will interpret the results and provide a summary report with a recommended soil improvement program to follow.
If you send samples directly to the lab, it is important to send them with the correct submission forms. This will ensure that the correct analysis is carried out and the results are forwarded to Pro Ag for reporting. Please contact Pro Ag before submitting samples.
Post samples to:
Apal Laboratory, PO Box 205, Hindmarsh, SA 5007
Deliver samples directly to:
Apal Laboratory, Unit 3, 11 Ridley St Hindmarsh, SA 5007
TEST INTERPRETATION NOTES
- Nutrient Calculator for mulch applications