A Powerful Combination of Services And Service

At A&L Great Lakes, almost all of us have farming experience. Even our salespeople are trained agronomists. So as a company, we are uniquely qualified to understand the challenges that our clients (and their clients) face every day and season. This insight only makes us more determined to deliver the reliable data needed to make critical crop-management decisions.

Our state-of-the-art laboratory offers a full array of agricultural testing services, with technicians who have experience in every testing discipline. Our process puts a premium on accuracy, efficiency, quality control, and transparency - if you have a question, we’re always just a phone call away. We know from experience that there’s a difference between simply getting a job done and getting it done right. At A&L Great Lakes, we aim for a job done right every time.

Soil Analysis
Regardless of your location and what you’re trying to grow, we’ll identify what’s in your soil so you can get the most out of it.
Plant Analysis
We can diagnose a specific nutrient deficiency within your crop and evaluate the overall effectiveness of your fertility program.
Feed Analysis
We provide the nutritional information you need to adjust, balance, monitor, and evaluate forage and feed quality.
Fertilizer & Lime Analysis
Our experienced technicians are at the ready to test and troubleshoot problems relating to your fertilizer mix.
Manure Analysis
We can help you optimize your waste utilization with tests and analysis of its nutrient composition.
Compost Analysis
If you are thinking about making compost, specifying compost, or purchasing compost, you need to know its exact composition.
Water Analysis
Everybody knows you can’t grow without water. But most people don’t know how much their water is helping them grow.
Lawn & Garden Analysis
We can help both master gardeners and “green thumbed” homeowners to create greener lawns and healthier plantings.
Greenhouse Media
We provide testing specific to horticultural nurseries and greenhouses for “growing media” used in container production.

Relationships. They’re the most important things we help grow.

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