Soil Testing Laboratory Fees
|Routine Soil Analysis1||$8.00 per sample|
|New Organic Matter, total Carbon,
|Routine Plant Analysis3||$15.00 per sample|
|Mechanical Texture||$20.00 per sample|
Cost for other analyses are available upon request. Ask about bulk pricing.
1Routine Soil Analysis includes: pH, phosphorous, potassium, calcium, magnesium, zinc, sodium, and lime/fertilizer recommendations. Cation exchange capacity (CEC) calculations will also be included. Total soluble salts (TSS) will be included on all samples coded for horticultural crops.
2Organic matter, total N, and total C with routine soil analysis is $2.00 per sample. Without routine soil analysis the charge for OM/%N/%C is $4.00 per sample.
3Routine Plant Analysis includes: nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium, sulfur, calcium, magnesium, copper, zinc, manganese, iron, and boron.
Mississippi agricultural producers and landowners who are interested in carbon sequestration can test their soil’s carbon content through the Mississippi State University Extension Service.
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