Even with today’s rains, soil samples are still being brought in for analysis. The ground temperatures are still warm enough for sampling and crews are fighting the elements to get those remaining soil samples out of the ground.
In addition, Midwest Laboratories Shipping Department continues to send out soil bags, soil probes, boxes and return shipping labels. If you are looking for soil sampling supplies, consider opening a Midwest Laboratories Account today if you don’t have one yet.
Still unsure what soil analysis results can give you, check out the “Interpreting Soil Analysis” Document.
It is that time of year, right after harvest when samples start coming into the laboratory for analysis.
Today, there were a large number of soils received
See for yourself!
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What will the count be for number of soil samples received?
Typically Tuesday’s represent the largest volume of samples received. Most of this is due to the weekend sampling and submittal of samples via UPS, Spee-Dee, US Mail, FedEx and Walk-in traffic. Watch this site for more information throughout the day. I have a feeling we will break the 20,000 mark today.
Harvest is really early this year. Following the stories and comments on Twitter at hashtag #harvest10 has been really interesting. Harvesting started in some places in August and still continues. Some places are completely finished too.
It has been a very interesting year. For us at Midwest Laboratories this means an earlier testing season and larger volume of samples with the nice/mild weather.
9.00am – – Just announced, we will be receiving over 1,100 packages in our receiving area today….
Soil Testing Season
13,000 soil samples received yesterday.
The fall soil testing season is here.
Soil Sampling supplies are being sent out in record numbers. Also don’t forget your shipping options with UPS and Spee-Dee. Fixed rate shipping and pickup at your sampling location.
Client Service representatives are available to answer your soil testing questions.
This morning UPS has backed-up one of its trucks to unload this morning’s soils that are coming in.
The volume received will be above the 10,000 sample mark.