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Wild Blueberry Plant Tissue Samples

For complete instructions, see Wild Blueberry Fact Sheet No. 222.

One Sample Per Bag

Cut 3 stems from 30 clones throughout the field

  • Do not include any soil particles on plants
  • Do not  mix in other vegetation
  • If samples have pesticide, dust residue or soil on them, they must be rinsed
  • Hold samples in dry, clean area free from contamination

SEND samples to:

Analytical Lab
Maine Soil Testing Services
5722 Deering Hall
Orono, ME 04469-5722
Tel: (207) 581-2945 or 581-2934

COST per sample:

$22.00 w/leaves stripped from stems (NOTE: Put leaves in sample bag, and discard the stems)
$25.00 w/leaves on stems

NOTE: Use separate container for blueberry soil pH sample

COST per sample: $7.00 per sample (discounted price for blueberry growers only)

Check here for updated prices.

Please make check payable to Maine Soil Testing Lab

Sample’s Code Name (9 characters only – one name only )

                 

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