Kropbook Agritech Soil testing and leaf analysis using - Kropbook Agri-Technology Analysis of soil, plant tissue or water provides the information to ensure that crop nutrition decisions are timely, accurate, efficient and cost effective.
Soil analysis gives the background knowledge on the chemical, physical and biological status of a soil that we need in order to properly manage our soils and crops.
Analysis of soil available Nutrients Not all the nutrients within your soil are available to the crop you are going to sow, and only a part of it is useful for plants. Hence, it is important to know whether available nutrient status is sufficient for your purpose. Soil analysis provides an inventory of the available nutrients and provides the background to build an efficient and cost-effective nutrient management plan.
Standard’ soil analysis package includes nutrient analysis of Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P), Potassium (K), Sulphur (S), Zinc (Zn) and Boron (B). The choice of nutrients is based on the most frequently encountered multi-nutrient deficiency in Indian soils. However, in order to get the most from a soil sample analysis, it is advised to avail our ‘Broad Spectrum’ soil analysis which includes Calcium (Ca), Magnesium (Mg), Iron (Fe), Copper (Cu), and Manganese (Mn); along with those mentioned in standard analysis package. We also provide soil available Molybdenum (Mo) analysis on special request. The broad spectrum analysis provides you a snap-shot of whole array of nutrients; and thus helps you to adopt a more comprehensive nutrient management plan.