“Before planting blueberries, we decided to conduct a thorough agro-chemical analysis of the soil. AgriLab has been found on the Internet. Our attention was attracted by three factors: automated soil selection, analysis of samples in the USA, convenient and clear submission of the results of analysis, “- says Eugene Harlan, director of” Nikdaria” Ltd.
In the course of automated soil sampling, the depth and frequency of sampling are clearly observed, and the GPS-binding to the coordinate point allows you to obtain information on the agrochemical composition of each site and, finally, to understand whether a homogeneous field. In addition, this selection method greatly accelerates the entire analysis process.
“Agrochemical analysis allowed us to prepare the soil for planting and develop an effective nutrition system,” said Eugene Harlan. – For example, whether there is enough potassium in the soil for blueberries, its frost resistance depends. ”
The agrochemical analysis of the soil made it possible to understand whether a specific field for the growth of the blueberries is appropriate. After all, for this culture you need sour and loose soil.
Relying on the data of agrochemical analysis, it is possible to substantially optimize the use of resources and save on fertilizers. But only with one condition – if the analysis was conducted qualitatively. “Unfortunately, we had a shameful experience of cooperation with some laboratories, the results of which did not correspond to reality,” says Eugene Harlan. – In the end, they began to work with Agrilab, which conducted an analysis in a partner laboratory in the United States. Accuracy of their results we are sure. ”
A qualitative analysis of the soil minimizes the risks of agribusiness, and the false – on the contrary, increases them. AgriLab’s agrochemical analysis allowed the company “Nicdaria” to properly prepare the ground for planting and pick up the power system, and now it’s about taking care of the berry.