It is very important to conduct an agrochemical analysis of the soil in order to plan garden and garden work. This check is most in demand at a time when there is a decrease in the fertility of the land. As a result of such an analysis, it is possible to identify the main soil problems and select technologies that will help eliminate all problems. Agrochemical analysis is carried out on the basis of a certified laboratory. For a comprehensive analysis, it is necessary to take a soil sample using specialized equipment.
What results does the analysis show?
This analysis involves checking the soil for the content of nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus, humus, and also determines the level of acidity. It is still necessary to check 17 indicators of land quality.
After agrochemical analysis, a report is compiled. A special map is being developed on which the content of certain trace elements is indicated. In the future, this will help with the planning of the site in order to plant a certain culture in one place or another. Depending on the state of the earth, it will be possible to rationally use its potential.
It is worth emphasizing that according to the results of agrochemical analysis, it is possible to establish a deficiency of trace elements. Depending on this, it will be clear which mineral and organic fertilizers should be used to increase soil fertility and in what quantities.
What does the analysis give?
Agrochemical analysis shows all the soil problems of a particular land plot. Depending on the results, you need to select the technology of land cultivation. This helps to rationally use fertilizers and choose the mixture that is best suited for this soil in composition. So 30% improved fertilizer consumption. All actions to increase soil fertility as a result will lead to an increase in yield.
In addition, such an analysis shows when the earth needs to be “rested” and not used for sowing. The soil must be restored. Also, indicators help to decide when to conduct land reclamation.
The study of the composition of the land allows you to determine the condition of the soil and rationally use the sown area. This will help to determine in which area it is worth growing a particular crop, how to cultivate the land and how to achieve an increase in productivity, while not depleting the land. The cost of such an analysis depends on the method of soil investigation, the area of the site and how many analyzes should be carried out.