What is New?
The soil sample numbers are increasing on a daily basis. It appears that the majority of samples may be sent in later this month. The rain in the midwest areas is causing delays with harvest and sampling.
Soil sample drying capacity has increased to 31,000+ this fall to help accommodate the increased number of soil samples received. Drying is a valuable component of the analysis process, and it is carefully monitored to ensure moisture in the soil sample is below 5%.
Water analysis is very popular this time of year. Stop in and pick up your bottle and paperwork or have sampling supplies shipped to your location through MyLab.
Do you need to drop off samples off-hours or on weekends?
Please talk to a representative today. We have numerous clients and individuals who have access to drop-off rooms and Midwest Labs Personnel to assist with sample drop-offs.
Sample bags are available for soils, plants, feed, (NEW) and pet food, (NEW) – Contact a representative at Midwest Laboratories for more information.
Look for a major announcement coming soon regarding some new method development.
Make sure you review your sample paperwork before sending or dropping off your samples. This last check will help prevent delays concerning your samples being entered and submitted to our laboratory personnel.
Brent Pohlman | President