Testing soil toxicity levels, nutrient levels, elemental make up, pest diagnosis and water analysis.
|Check on the level of toxic elements present in soil, both phytotoxic and zootoxic.
Includes total copper, nickel, zinc, cadmium, lead, arsenic, mercury, boron & chromium.
(Expressed in mg/kg)
|Routine Nutrient Analysis|
|Determines the levels of pH, extractable phosphorus, potassium & magnesium in the soil
(Expressed in ppm)
|Full Elemental Analysis|
|Determines the levels of both macro and micronutrients.
Includes pH, extractable phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, calcium, sulphur, manganese, copper, boron, zinc, molybdenum, iron, sodium and cation exchange capacity in the soil
(Expressed in ppm)
|Cation Exchange Capacity|
|(Expressed in meq/100g)|
|Chemical Composition of Sand|
|Provides information on the chemical make-up of the sand
(Expressed in %)
|Pest & Disease Diagnosis|
|Determines the levels of calcium, magnesium, manganese, boron, copper, molybdenum, iron, zinc, sulphur, phosphorus, pH, nitrate N, electrical conductivity, ammonia N, sodium, chloride, bicarbonate, residual sodium carbonate & sodium absorption ratio
(Expressed in mg/l)
In this, our third article on organic matter, agronomist, Charles Henderson will cover the complex subject of its reduction. Organic matter, in general, is on the increase. Therefore, this makes the reduction of organic matter in greens, relevant to over 90% of us who are involved in managing golf (and bowling) greens, an extremely important subject. Read More.
In part two of our organic matter series, Charles Henderson discusses the relationship between moisture content and the organic matter accumulation in our greens. We will also look at how this affects some of the management decisions we make when trying to manage both moisture and organic matter content in our greens. Read full article
Organic matter or the build-up of thatch, remains a dominant issue across many sports disciplines, but has our knowledge and understanding of it moved with the times? Read full article
Please visit our Golf Green Health Indexing page for full details