Irrigation Analysis

ALC Consolidated provides irrigation Suitability Analysis to highlight critical factors in irrigation water. Knowing the irrigation water pH, nutrient contribution, and salt content plays a significate role in how irrigation water affects crop production. The data that is generated from an irrigation suitability analysis should be used in all crop nutritional budgets to make sure you are getting the most out of each drop of water applied.

Sample Water Analysis



has been developed as a guide of standard analytical methods for agricultural laboratories for use in the Western Region, byt the Western Coordinating Committee on Nutrient Management. This publication an update of Plant, Soil and Water Reference Methods for the Western Region, 1994, (WREP 125) written by Dr. Ray Gavlak formerly of the University of Alaska, Dr. Donald Horneck of Oregon State University, and Dr. Robert O. Miller of Colorado State University. These represent accepted methods for the analysis of soil and plant samples and were selected for the express purpose of identifying common methods on which a group of agricultural laboratories analytical results can be statistically evaluated.

The specific soil, plant and water analytical methods listed represent those analytical procedures that are
recommended for use in the current North American Proficiency Testing Program organized by the Soil
Science Society of America.