Looking under the microscope can tell you a lot about soil. Microscopy reveals biological population make-up and counts as well as existing and past soil conditions. It can even tell the condition of nutrient cycling.
Taking a deep dive into the biology of your soil is one of the most informed starting places for building better soil.
Full Biological Analysis (based on the Soil Food Web) gives a detailed look at the active biology in your soil. Results of this analysis include F:B ratios, and biomass of bacteria, fungi, protozoa and nematodes. It also reveals the presence and populations of detrimental species. Includes 10 minute follow-up call to clarify or answer any questions regarding test results.
Visual assessment of Soil Food Web during a 20-minute live session with client. Microscope is connected to a screen so client can see organisms at same time. This is not a count, nor a scientific assessment of the soil. This is perfect for Soil is Life pop-up shop customers that are curious about what microbes are present in their soil.
A nematode extraction can be done from soil or compost samples to determine which populations of nematodes are present. Results categorize nematodes to functional groups including bacterial feeders, bacterial omnivores, fungal feeders, predatory and root feeders.
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