Plant tissue analysis can be a valuable crop management tool. Alone, it can be used for making “in season” fertilizer recommendations for certain crops, such as tree fruits and grapes. For other crops, plant tissue analysis in combination with soil test information can be helpful when troubleshooting or diagnosing nutrient deficiencies and determining fertilizer requirements.
Service Package 180 – total nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, sulfur, zinc, copper, iron, boron, and manganese.
|Service Package||Crops||Type of Report||Price per Sample|
|Cornell interpretation and nutrient guidelines provided||$30|
|Results only at this time||$30|
Taking a Sample
- Collecting a Leaf Sample: Field Crops, Vegetables, and Hops
- Collecting a Leaf Sample: Small Fruits & Fruit Trees
- Collecting a Leaf Sample: Vineyards
Submitting a Sample
Please include a completed copy of Plant Tissue Analysis Submission Form when submitting samples.
Interpretive nutrient levels for plant analysis are available for many agronomic and horticultural crops here. For interpretive nutrient levels for hops, click here.