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Testing and Diagnostic Services

The following tests and services are available through the Laurens County Extension Office.

Soil Testing

Water Testing

Feed and Forage Testing

Poultry Litter Testing

Nematode Identification

Weed Identification

Insect Identification

Disease Identification

Plant Identification

For sampling procedures and costs, contact the Laurens County Extension Office at uge3175@uga.edu or 478-272-2277.

 

Soil Testing

Routine Soil Test - $6.00 per sample. (price subject to change without notice)

Routine Soil Test includes pH, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, zinc, manganese, lime requirement and fertilizer recommendations.

Other soil tests are available.  Contact the Laurens County Extension Office for more information.


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