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I got emails back on the places I emailed about soiling sampling.
Regular field soil test -
pH, lime requirement, P, K, Ca, Mg & CEC. $25.
A regular home/garden test is $23.00 if you mail it and includes the organic matter. Each micro will be an extra $4.00 (Zn, Mn, Cu, Fe). The actual CEC by ammonium saturation test is $35.00. However, an estimated CEC comes free with the regular soil test. Our fees are on the website at www.css.msu.edu/soiltesting. We will need about one sandwich bag full of soil for a regular soil test. If you provide your email, we can send the results that way. Only the field/crop samples ($12.00 by mail and does not include OM) are sent to the Extension Office.
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