An Introduction to Spring Soil Sampling

If you are anything like our Lawn and Garden Field Representative, Ashley Babl, you take great pride in your lawn and garden. Maybe this year you are ready to take things to the next level. The first step in getting there is testing your lawn and garden soil samples this spring. Midwest Labs offers these

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Pulses in Pet Food – Powerhouse Ingredients

When formulated appropriately, what is known as pulses, can be a powerhouse ingredient for pet food. Pulses have been around in the pet food market for a long time as fillers, but today they are known as viable and sustainable sources of nutrients and protein. Chickpeas, dried beans, lentils and peas are collectively known as

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MyLab Portal Part 3 – Shipping Labels & Supplies

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Welcome Back! Now that we have discussed how to submit a sample, view reports and view and pay for invoices, lets discuss a few other benefits for you to utilize on our portal. You can conveniently print off your shipping labels, schedule a package pickup, and order any necessary supplies to submit your next sample!

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Buffer Index, CEC and Lime Application

As you learned in the first YouTube Video in our educational series, pH plays a vital role in the health and nutrient availability of your soil. Please tune into our second video of the series to learn more about Buffer Index as it relates to your soil and appropriate lime application from our field representatives

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MyLab Portal Part 2 – Additional Features

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Now that you know how to submit samples on the MyLab Portal, let’s discuss a few other features you can use. The MyLab Portal is a useful resource to view your lab reports, view and pay your invoices, and add other users to your dashboard. Here are the step by step instructions below! View Reports:

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Soil pH & Nutrient Availability

Soils Lab, Soil Sample

soil pH affects your nutrient availability. Our latest blog explains what your ideas pH range is for nutrient absorption.

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