Spring Lawn, Landscape, and Garden Soil Testing Campaign

2021 Spring Lawn, Landscape, and Garden Soil Testing Campaign Flyer and Testing Form

The Spring Lawn, Landscape, and Garden Soil Testing Campaign is underway in Washington County and will run January 25 – February 26. This campaign is made possible through the support of the Multi-County Ag Committee and in cooperation with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Soil, Water, and Forage Testing Lab in College Station.

 

Soil sample bags and submittal forms for the soil testing campaign are available at three locations including:

  • The Washington County Extension Service located at 1305 East Blue Bell Road in Brenham
  • Brenham Produce located at 1103 South Market in Brenham
  • Plants-‘N-Things located at 3900 Highway 36 South in Brenham

 

All soil samples, forms, and payment must be returned to the Washington County Extension office to receive the discounted pricing.  Full payment by check payable to MCAF is due when the samples are submitted to the Extension Office.  Extension Office staff will deliver your samples to the testing lab.  Sample results will be returned to the County Extension Office and then distributed to submitters via email or regular mail.

 

Soil Campaign

This Soil Testing Campaign offers homeowners and gardeners the opportunity to have their soil tested to determine its current fertility and receive a recommendation to improve the fertility required to maintain and produce the best possible outcome for their garden, lawn, or landscape.  This campaign is only intended for soil analysis on non-agricultural land; only samples from lawns, landscapes, and gardens will be accepted.

 

The cost for a routine analysis will be $8.00 and a routine analysis with micronutrients will cost $15.00.

In exchange for the reduced testing cost, some information regarding your management practices will be asked on the soil testing form.  The information you will be asked to provide includes the last time the area was fertilized, a description of previously used fertilizers, and whether or not the soil has been sampled in the past.

 

If you have any questions concerning the Spring Lawn, Landscape, and Garden Soil Testing Campaign, please contact the Washington County Extension office at (979) 277-6212 ext.2.

 

For questions or more information please contact Kara Matheney 979-277-6212 or kjmatheney@ag.tamu.edu

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