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Plant Tissue

Plant Tissue

The plant tissue analysis is a vital diagnostic tool used to assess the nutritional status and overall health of plants. This comprehensive analysis evaluates the presence and concentration of essential nutrients crucial for optimal plant growth and development.

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Report includes:

  1. Graphs, data analysis, and personalized recommendations with organic or conventional amendments.
  2. A 15-minute phone consultation with one of our soil scientists.

Key parameters tested in plant tissue analysis include:

  • Nitrogen: Essential for protein synthesis, leaf development, and overall plant growth.
  • Sulfur: Important for protein formation, enzyme activity, and chlorophyll production.
  • Phosphorus: Crucial for energy transfer, root development, and flowering.
  • Potassium: Regulates water uptake, improves disease resistance, and enhances fruit quality.
  • Magnesium: Component of chlorophyll, essential for photosynthesis and enzyme activation.
  • Calcium: Enhances cell wall structure, aids in nutrient transport, and mitigates physiological disorders.
  • Sodium: Indicates soil salinity issues, affecting water balance and nutrient uptake.
  • Iron: Essential for chlorophyll synthesis, electron transfer, and enzyme functions.
  • Manganese: Facilitates photosynthesis, enzyme activation, and nitrogen metabolism.
  • Copper: Necessary for enzyme activity, photosynthesis, and reproductive growth.
  • Boron: Critical for cell wall formation, pollen germination, and sugar transport.
  • Zinc: Involved in enzyme activation, hormone regulation, and carbohydrate metabolism.

By analyzing these elements, plant tissue analysis provides valuable insights into nutrient deficiencies, imbalances, or excesses, guiding growers and agronomists in optimizing fertilizer regimes, soil management practices, and overall crop health. This data-driven approach aids in enhancing crop yield, quality, and sustainability.

Sampling instructions

1. Collect approximately one pint of lightly packed material. Wash off sample if it has any visible dust or fertilizer residue.

2. Paper envelopes work best for mailing samples. Do not put samples in a plastic bag.

3. Label with sample ID (i.e. Bob's kale), type of test, and order number (found in order confirmation email).

4. Purchase your test on our website and send sample to Alluvial Soil Lab, 201 E Center St, Ste 112 #3083, Anaheim, CA 92805 using any postal carrier of your choice.

*Always wear gloves, mask, or other necessary PPE while collecting samples from potentially contaminated soils.

Advanced details

Nitrogen, Sulfur, Phosphorus, Potassium, Magnesium, Calcium, Sodium, Iron, Manganese, Copper, Boron, Zinc

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  • Wilson H.

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    I recently started a garden at a community plot, and wanted to know what was in my soil, so I could make more targeted amendments. Jake walked me through how to do so, and after sending my samples in... (read more)

  • Noah M.

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    As a professional in the field I very much appreciate the timely and detailed report, along with skilled follow up communications. I will certainly use Alluvial Soil Lab's services again.

  • Zakary S.

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    Great support and detailed report. Helped advise what options we had to plant trees! Plants are doing incredible!(read more)

  • Peggy C.

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    I recently moved to a property with a vineyard, and wanted to know what type of fertilizers to use and how much to apply. So I did a soil test. I was new to soil testing and with Jake's help and instructions, I was able to successfully collect… (read more)

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