Our bedrock service is soil testing. We have several analysis packages from which to choose. All packages feature the turnaround time you need and custom recommendations to maximize yields. Waters Lab soil testing is quality analysis you can trust.
Hidden plant hunger is not an excuse for poor yields when you can use plant testing to detect growth cycle deficiencies. Recommendations are always included in Waters Lab plant analyses.
Nematodes can destroy a crop’s potential and result in low yields when left untreated. There are many effective treatment methods, however, proper treatment is critical. Our Nematologists identify nematode types and population counts in order to provide easy-to-follow recommendations for successful treatment.
We analyze your samples and map the data from your GIS coordinates using the most popular mapping packages. In addition, we provide data in the proper format for those customers with in-house mapping capabilities. We were among the first to offer total support for your precision ag program.
When you need to know the contents of your water, there is only one way to find out…Water Analysis! We have the ability to test for pollutants, contaminants and minerals.
Quality control is critical in the fertilizer industry. We offer AOAC methods and 24-48 hour turnaround time. Raw materials, blends, homogenized, by-products, liquid or dry. If you need confirmation of content or content analysis, we can answer the question. Member AOAC.
Mixed feeds, hays, and silage’s. Know what you’re feeding. Fast and accurate results. Member AAFCO.
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Packages are available to determine land application feasibility. You should be aware of the content of your applications. Analysis lets you know for sure!
Waters Lab is ISO 17025 Accredited. Our Food Safety services include Microbiological and Pesticide analysis of irrigation water, fruits, vegetables, soil, plants, manure, and compost. These services can assist you in your Food Safety and GAP programs.
The analysis of fertilizers and raw materials as a quality control measure is our specialty. Soil and plant residue analysis and screens are also available.
Waters Agricultural Laboratories, Inc. uses AOAC, Standard or EPA test methods that are ISO/IEC 17025 accredited, and state of the art equipment and instrumentation to analyze a wide array of sample types.
We can assay feed or grains for the following: Aflatoxin, T-2 Toxin, Vomitoxin, and Zearalenone.
When you need to know!!! We test for them all… from Aluminum to Zinc.
We offer our Soil, Water, Nematode, Tissue analysis services with a Pungency Test to verify the “sweetness” of your sweet onions. We can assist in creating a production program to meet your needs.
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What is Soil Health? Soil Health means different things depending on who you ask. Generally, it is an overall rating of the total health of the soil, considering biological, chemical, and physical factors. To Waters Lab, Soil Health means potential beneath the soil surface. Soil Health Testing gives growers the opportunity to evaluate their management
Beer and Agriculture Beer is an important agricultural commodity . Brewers rely on farmers for their ingredients, and farmers also depend on brewers. The livelihoods of farmers around the world depend on supplying beer’s ingredients. Most breweries have implemented bacterial monitoring throughout their process. These programs are mostly based on traditional culture methods or test
What is SAP Analysis? Sap analysis measures the nutrient concentrations that are available to the plant at the time of sampling. This allows you to monitor nutrient uptake and detect deficiencies before they become visible. Monitoring the nutrients in plant sap provides in-depth, practical insights into the factors which influence nutrient uptake at different stages
Translating DNA into Data Soil is an essential natural resource. The way in which soil is managed can improve or reduce the quality of that resource. Healthy soil can provide many functions that support plant growth, some of which include nutrient cycling and biological control of plant pests. Being able to monitor the microbial activity