Agronomy — including plant genetics, plant physiology, soil fertilization, and soil science — improves the use of soil and increases the production of food and fiber crops. The work often relies heavily on analysis of field samples. The accuracy and timeliness of these analyses are vital to the testing regimes of state regulatory laboratories, contract and other commercial/university soil laboratories, and production laboratories maintained by fertilizer makers and other manufacturers.
The introduction energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence (ED-XRF) for plant tissue analysis will offer a very fast analysis method that requires little sample preparation besides grinding without the need to do an acid digestion. It will also allow the user to keep their inductively coupled plasma–optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES) focused on soil samples without having to switch over for plant analysis. This webcast will also discuss options to analyze Cannabis without extensive sample preparation as well.
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