MemberJune 10, 2023 at 4:19 am00168
Great to hear Justin!
I have found one lab here in Australia that does a soil humic/fulvic test but its $300 just for the one test.
Do you know if the ratio is something that changes quickly depending on whats growing or is it something I could get tested every few years? It might be something I can ask my local lab to add if its not too difficult to test, are they expensive tests where you are?
I know a lab that does do mass spectrometer testing, would be interesting to see if they can work with humic products. We dont have the same source as ones AEA source from. Seems fairly particular to that geologic formation. We have plenty of brown coals here though.