Residential Soil Testing

Residential Soil Testing

Your home’s soil is the foundation for all your gathering and growing. Make sure it’s safe and healthy with our soil testing kits.

Not sure which test to buy?

Not sure which test to buy?

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Take our short quiz to find out!
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Residential Soil Testing

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8AM - 6PM EST

Question help

Still not sure which test to buy?

Take a moment to walk through our quick quiz, and we’ll give you the best recommendations to suit your specific needs.

Phone Contact

You can also call us at:

+1 800 628 5490

8AM - 6PM EST

Question Help

Still not sure which test to buy?

Take a moment to walk through our quick quiz, and we’ll give you the best recommendations to suit your specific needs.

Phone Contact

You can also call us at:

+1 800 628 5490

8AM - 6PM EST

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Find the soil test you need.

Not sure which test you should buy? You’re just a few

quick clicks away from complete clarity. 

Water quiz test

Find the soil test you need.

Not sure which test you should buy? You’re just a few

quick clicks away from complete clarity. 

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 Water Testing

Don’t assume your water’s clean, just because it’s clear.

Many harmful chemicals and pathogens are invisible, tasteless and odorless. There is no company more experienced at applying advanced technology to assess and ensure your water’s purity.

They’re counting on you. You count on us.

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All about residential soil.

Soil types vary with geography, morphology, and environmental conditions. Soil care will depend on the soil type already present, your intention for using it, and factors that influence your soil’s health such as crop rotation or owning pets and other animals. There are two soil layers – the topsoil and the subsoil. The upper section usually contains more organic material, roots, animals, air, and nutrients than the second section, which is often denser and less nutritious.. 

Good quality soil will be dark and crumbly, allowing the combination of nutrients, air, and water in the mixture to absorb the plant roots, which feed our flower, fruit, and vegetable gardens. The combination of these elements dictates the pH of the soil as well. 
 

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