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MWELO Soil Management Report (WELO)

MWELO Soil Management Report (WELO)

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Sampling instructions

1. Using a clean bucket and a shovel, collect three samples to a depth of 6 inches in random spots in the defined area*. Avoid sampling when soil is very wet.

2. Break up any clods of soil, remove rocks, stones, sticks and plant matter, and thoroughly homogenize soil together in the bucket.

3. Take out 3 cups of soil and place into plastic bag and label with a sample ID (i.e., Stevie's front yard), 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.

Turnaround time is between 3 and 7 business days. Results will be sent via email.

*To ensure a comprehensive soil assessment in your land, it's recommended to take one composite soil sample for every 1,000 square feet of garden space. This composite sample is created by collecting smaller soil samples from different locations within the 1,000 square feet area, allowing for a representative analysis of the soil's characteristics.

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

Advanced details

Test includes:
Organic Matter, Nitrate, Phosphorus, Potassium, Magnesium, Calcium, pH, Buffer Index, Cation Exchange Capacity, Percent Base Saturation of Cation Elements, Soluble Salts, Sodium, Excess Lime, Sulfur, Zinc, Manganese, Iron, Copper, Boron, Texture, and Infiltration Rate.

Suitability list includes list of (12) suitable and up to (12) unsuitable species.

Report comes with write-up and recommendations.

The MWELO soil management report is essential for landscapes seeking to comply with California's MWELO guidelines. Our report comes with amendment recommendations (optionally plant-specific) and annual maintenance tips to promote sustainable and healthy landscapes. Report includes: 

  1. Soil texture
  2. Infiltration rate
  3. pH
  4. Total soluble salts
  5. Sodium
  6. Percent organic matter
  7. Macro and micronutrients
  8. Recommendations

By following the recommendations outlined in our MWELO soil management report, landscape architects and contractors can ensure that their projects meet regulatory requirements while also promoting sustainable and beautiful landscaping practices. Read more here.

Requirement for number of samples: Check with your city for more information. Generally, one sample/report required for every 1 in 7 lots, or one sample/report per 2,500 sq/ft. 

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  • Wilson H.

    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.

    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.

  • PSA C

    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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