Midwest Laboratories breaks 21,000 soils

Soils, Soils, Soils – Growers are wanting their soils tested in the month of November.

21,127 soils received in one day.  Yesterday, the soils kept coming and coming off of the trucks.  Over 850 boxes. This is only soils.  With the late harvest and samplers trying to get into fields while its dry, clients are scrambling during the month of November to get their soil tested to determine the current state of their ground.

At Midwest Laboratories research and development continues all the time to help facilitate the process of analyzing soils and producing results in a timely manner. The turnaround time for a volume this large is three to four days.  80% of the samples received yesterday will be reported out on Thursday, November 19, 2009 with the remaining soils being reported out on Friday, November 20, 2009.

21,000 Soils

21,000 Soils

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Shipping Soil Samples

Those of you who are sending in multiple soil samples to be tested, make sure you are maximizing your money by sending your samples with an authorized return service label. Midwest Laboratories offers shipping labels which allow clients to send in 50lbs of soils for a set price between $7-8.00 depending on the carrier. This is an extremely cost effective way to save money on shipping.

In addition, growers can instantly have 25 soil bags and a shipping label sent to them for free by filling out the information on the Midwest Laboratories eStore Promotion.

Also, with an account at Midwest Laboratories, you will receive additional savings with respect to supplies and analysis.

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Soil Samples Arrive at Midwest Laboratories

Soil sample numbers are starting to go up as growers and soil sampling companies are able to get into their fields and collect their soil samples. Today, two UPS trucks arrived with soil samples.  Check out today’s video.  It’s not too late to order your supplies. In addition, soil analysis information can be found on our corporate site.

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