Beginning January 1, 2022 the price will increase to $10.00 per sample.
The reliability of a soil test is only as good as the sample you submit.
Cornell Cooperative Extension offers a soil pH/texture test that includes fertilizer recommendations and recommendations for pH modification if needed. A more comprehensive nutrient analysis is available from Dairy One in Ithaca, NY.
Fill out the http://monroe.cce.cornell.edu/resources/soil-ph-s...
COVID-19 Update for dropping off samples.
Samples can be brought into our office Monday - Friday between 9 AM - 3 PM. Make sure the soil sample is labeled with your name. The submission form can be downloaded or filled out in our office. Samples can be mailed to our office and must include a submission form and a check for $10.00 made out to CCE Monroe.
A soil test does not explore insect, disease, or other cultural plant problems. You may first want to contact our Garden Helpline (585-753-2555).
How to Take a Soil Sample
Using a soil probe, spade or trowel take several samples from the area and put a clean container. Submit approximately a pint of soil.
Take soil from:
Combine all samples and mix thoroughly.
If soil is wet, spread it on paper and allow to air dry overnight. Do not heat the soil.
Last updated March 14, 2022