Plant Sap Analysis, as compared to Soil Testing or Tissue Testing, starts with taking a good sample of newer and older growth.
We’re going to demonstrate how to collect a leaf sample for Plant Sap Analysis. One of the keystones of Plant Sap Analysis is the difference between young growth and old growth and how we trend that data over time.What this allows us to see is how the plant is storing nutrition the old growth and over time, we can see how it liberates that nutrition to facilitate new growth.
Below you’ll find videos on how to properly take your samples and prepare those samples for shipping.
Plant Sap Analysis - How to take a sample | Sampling Strawberry Leaves | Plant Sap Analysis vs Soil Testing | Crop Health Labs
Taking samples of Grape Leaves for Plant Sap Analysis
Plant Sap Analysis - How Plant Sap Analysis Is Being Used | Plant Sap Analysis vs Soil Testing | Crop Heath Labs