Soil Chemistry Testing

Testing the soil chemistry is an important tool that provides valuable insights into the health and fertility of your soil. The results of a soil chemistry analysis will identify the accurate levels of macro and micronutrients present in the soil. This information can be used to determine how efficiently nutrients are being supplied to plants, and where mineral antagonisms may be reducing nutrient availability.

In Western Australia, the soil is typically depleted with high bacteria and low fungal populations, which can lead to anaerobic conditions and very low organic carbon levels. An active and diverse microbiology population is crucial in stimulating and regulating soil chemistry. This can help to improve the overall health and fertility of the soil, which in turn can lead to improved plant growth and productivity. By identifying the microbiology population of the soil, we can make recommendations on how to improve the balance of the soil, which can lead to a more sustainable and profitable agricultural production.

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