Agriculture & Natural Resources
We provide testing for:
Whether you'd like to increase your crop yield, grow healthier roses, test the quality of your drinking water, or make sure your creek isn't polluted, we can help. To submit samples to the lab, contact Thad Glenn at the Stephens County Extension Office by phone at 706-779-5501 or e-mail at email@example.com.
Publications on our testing services:
Visit Agricultural & Environmental Services Laboratories for additional information about testing.
Listed below are our most commonly requested tests and their fees. Other testing is available at cost of test with shipping.
Commonly Requested Tests
|Routine Soil Test (S1)|
|Three or more||$10 each|
Feed & Forage Testing
|NIR + nitrate + minerals (F1)||$48 each|
|NIR + nitrate (F2)||$28 each|
|NIR only (F3)||$23 each|
Poultry Litter Testing
|Poultry Litter Routine||$60 each|
|For Nutrient Management Plan||$10 each|
|Basic Water Test (W1)||$28 each|
|GA Expanded Water Test (W2)||$75 each|
|Fish Pond General Water Quality (W34C)||$42 each|
|Total Coliform & E-Coli Water Test (W35)||$38 each|
|Trace Level Analysis Water Test (W42)||$48 each|
|$10 each additional element|
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