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Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by DynaMow, May 7, 2006.
What is the correct procedure to getting a soil sample?
craig. i don't know about ohio, in okla. you take about a pint of soil from at least 3 different locations and drop it off at the county exstension office. you get a detailed soil analysis from okla.state u. in about a week. costs 15 bucks
Do not take a sample on a freshly fertilized lawn. You need about a pint of soil for a sample. Take the samples from about 6 to 8 different locations in the lawn. Remove soil to the depth of about 3 to 4 inches. Put the soil in a clean plastic bucket and repeat the procedure. Once you have enough soil, mix it thoroughly. You want to remove all grass, leaf, rocks etc from your soil sample. Put sample in bag and send away.
Try this site http://www.spectrumanalytic.com/
lesco will do a sample for a fee
thank you my dear. did it just like you said.