AGROLAB offers a whole series of other analyses and services in the agricultural field: from seedanalyses, over nutrient mapping till veterinary diagnostics. All test data is provided in the required interface/format - for efficient, data-based business.
We offer GPS-based sampling for soil analysis in cooperation with special partners. The sampling sites and soil analysis results combined permit illustrative nutrient mapping for all your sampled areas. We can provide you with the data on paper and in any other preferred format for further use (e.g. field database, fertilisation, etc.).
Plant analysis is the most accurate way to determine a specific, rapid method of fertilisation. If this is what you are looking for, contact our experts!
LUFA-ITL GmbH in Kiel analyses agricultural seeds according to ISTA standards, conducts quality testing as defined by seed legislation and the seed regulations, tests for genetically modified material (GMO), as well as carrying out further tests, such as: glucosinolates and erucic acid, gravel for grain cultivation, germinative energy for malt, tetrazolium viability of grains, thousand grain mass analysis, sorting, presence of wild oats, testing of cereals for consumption (as per EC Regulation, DVN or GAFTA).
Adaptations must be made with every form of irrigation water! For pot cultivation in particular, we recommend that the water be analysed (for pH, conductivity, salt content, hardness, phytonutrients) every two years; this also applies to nutrient solutions.
Do you require special tests for metals such as iron, copper, zinc, manganese or similar? Then request a sample container from us, since the bottle needs to be prepared with a specially added acid.
In the event of special analyses, e.g. pesticides, please consult us concerning the quantity, price and appropriate sample container.
Anyone using their own well for supplying sheltered animals with water should have the quality of the water tested regularly, since it can fluctuate considerably. Poor-quality water can result in performance issues and health problems.
Trough water is subject to feed hygiene regulations. In its interpretation of these regulations, the German Federal Ministry for Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection has published a list of reference values (see: www.bmelv.de).
Health problems can arise if the given reference values are exceeded. Not only are iron, nitrate, nitrite, ammonium, sulphate and pH of interest here, but also the bacterial content of the water.