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PWS Service – Broad Spectrum Plant Leaf Analysis

A turf grass plant tissue analysis provides an insight into what is happening within the plant. A snapshot of what the plant is currently doing enabling a manger to discern if there is a specific problem or if a treatment has provided a reaction. This method is very useful for managers that require very tight management control.

In addition, plant tissue analysis will detect unseen deficiencies and may confirm visual symptoms of deficiencies. Toxic levels also may be detected. Though usually used as a diagnostic tool for future correction of nutrient problems, plant tissue analysis from young plants may allow a corrective fertiliser application that same season. This analysis will provide values for the following elements: Nitrogen, Phosphate, Potassium, Sodium, Calcium, Magnesium, Manganese, Iron, Copper, Zinc, Boron, Sulphur and a Dry Matter value.

A kit will be sent to you with full instructions on how to take your plant tissue sample. A prepaid envelope is also supplied to send the plant tissue sample to the independent laboratory. The results will be emailed to you with guidance on how to interpret the results.

For further details regarding our range of soil analyses please call 01952 641949.
Delivery charge (if applicable) applied at checkout. Next working day delivery is available on this product, as an option on orders placed before 12 noon - excludes festive season & bank holidays. Please note deliveries to Highlands, Cornwall and more remote areas may take longer. Surcharges apply for non mainland locations, call for more information. More delivery info

For large orders, please be aware that if you require a smaller 7.5 tonne lorry, the maximum weight for pallets is 750 kg - otherwise the standard pallet size limit of 1000 kg applies.

If you have any access restrictions for lorries or large vehicles please speak to our sales team on 01952 641949.

Collection from our Telford, Shropshire, Trade Counter is available for this product. More info on collections