Soil Testing Services

Maximize your return-on-investment with a soil test!

Agricultural Choose our agronomy soil testing services to help you maintain your soil health and maximize your return. soil analysis can measure the soil’s ability to supply essential nutrients and quantify important factors, including pH, nutrient deficiencies, toxicities or organic matter content.

Testing Options

Packages range from the most basic look to a complete view of soil quality. In addition, we offer interpretive ranges and recommendations.

* Packages vary by location. For exact package details for your specific location, please contact one of our laboratory locations, email us or call the lab today.


Additional Analysis – can be added to a package or ordered separately.

  • Traces (Zn, Mn, Cu, Fe)
  • Nitrate
  • Sulfur
  • Zinc
  • Boron
  • Particle Size Analysis (PSA) / Soil Texture
  • Salinity
  • Bray II
  • Molybdenum
  • Chloride
  • Arsenic, Extractable
  • Profile Nitrate
  • Profile Chloride
  • Soluble Nutrients
  • Wet Potassium
  • Total Nitrogen (TKN)
  • Mineralizable Nitrogen

Sampling Guide

Soil sampling is the foundation for good nutrient management planning. Over time, soil test results become a valuable resource, helping develop a clear understanding of which factors have the greatest influence on yields.

Click to view sampling instructions: 

Sample Submission Forms: To streamline processing and handling, always include a submission form. Visit your specific lab’s webpage to download a soil submission form or select from the following:

Sampling Procedures

Your results are only as good as the sample taken! In order for a soil test to be an effective monitoring tool, sampling procedures need to be consistent. Maintain annual field histories to document your sampling routine.

  • Sampling Depth: Most surface samples are taken from a depth of 0 to 6 inches or 0 to 8 inches. It’s important to be consistent.
  • When to Sample: The time of year (fall vs. spring) can affect the analytical results. For long-term monitoring of a fertility program it is recommended that samples be collected during the same season each year.
  • Sample Handling: Proper sample handling is important to maintain its integrity. Ship the sample no later than the one day after sampling. See Soil Sampling Procedures PDF for storage options.

Results & Reports

Sample turnaround is three to five working days. Results are available online, via email or standard mail. Choose from Excel, PDF or CSV files or one of the following soil report options: