Crop and Analysis Codes for Producer Soil Test Information Sheet

(Use Form SL-135)

Following is a list of crops with corresponding crop codes for which standard fertilizer and lime
recommendations based on your soil test results will be supplied along with the test results. Crop Code is
used by the Laboratory Computer Program to generate appropriate recommendations. Testing fee schedule is given below.
 
 

    AGRONOMIC CROPS
Crop 
Code
Crop
Code
Corn, non irrigated
2
Peanuts
10
Corn, irrigated
5
Soybeans
11
Grain Sorghum
7
Tobacco (flue cured)
12
Oats for grain
8
Sugarcane for syrup
13
Rye for grain
8
Wheat for grain
27
Cotton
9
   

 

PASTURE AND FORAGE CROPS

Crop
Code
Crop
Code
Alfalfa
23
Improved perennial grasses other than bahiagrass(bermuda,digit, star)
25
Bahiagrass - establishment of new plantings
35
Perennial peanuts
28

Bahiagrass - established grazed pastures
(may include tissue sample for test code B1)*

36
Summer forages(eg., millet or sorghum)
14
Cool season legumes or legume-grass mixtures(lupines,sweet clover,vetches and all true clovers - white, red, arrowleaf, crimson, subterranean)
22
Warm season legumes or legume - grass mixtures(aeschynomene, alyceclover, desmodium, hairy indigo and other tropical legumes)
21
Cool season annual grasses (small grain and ryegrass)
26
Limpgrass
33

* NOTE:
Crop Code 35- Only analysis 1, 2, and 3 can be requested.
Crop Code 36 - Only analysis codes 2, 3, 13, and B1 are recommended for bahiagrass. For bahiagrass test B1 - soil sample and tissue sample should be collected and submitted together. Please consult your County Extension agent for tissue sampling guidelines.

 

VEGETABLE CROPS

Crop
Code
Crop
Code
Bean - Lima, Pole, Snap
217
Okra
227
Beet
228
Onion, Bulb
223
Broccoli
212
Onion, Bunching
229
Brussels Sprouts
212
Parsley
204
Cabbage - Head or chinese
207
Pea - English, Snow or Southern
216
Carrot
226
Pepper - Bell or Specialty
201
Cauliflower
212
Potato, Irish
215
Celery
214
Potato, Sweet
218
Collard
207
Pumpkin Squash
230
Corn, Sweet
220
Radish
219
Cucumber
211
Spinach
210
Eggplant
203
Squash - Summer or Winter
230
Kale
225
Strawberry
224
Leek
229
Tomato - Cherry or Slicing
200
Lettuce - Crisphead, Endive, Escarole or Romaine
209
Turnip
225
Muskmelon
205
Watermelon
221
Mustard
225
   

 
FRUIT CROPS
Crop
Code
Crop
Code
Citrus (establishment)
60
Blue berry (bearing)
67
Citrus (bearing trees)
61
   

  
ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURAL CROPS
Crop
Code
Commercial nursery growing azaleas, camellias, gardenias, hibiscus, or ixora in the ground
601
Commercial woody ornamental nursery growing plants other than azaleas, camellias, gardenias, hibiscus or ixora in the ground
600
Athletic field, golf green, tee, or fairway
71


FEE SCHEDULE
Analysis Code
Analysis Name
Determinations Made
Analysis Cost
1
Standard Soil Fertility Test
pH, lime requirement, P, K, Ca, and Mg
$7.00
 2*
Soil pH and Lime Requirement
pH and lime requirement
$3.00
3
Soil Micronutrients
Cu, Mn, Zn, and pH
$5.00
4
Organic Matter
percent organic matter
  $10.00
5
Electrical Conductivity("soluble salts")
conductivity in 1:2 soil:water
$2.00
13
Bahia Soil Fertility Test
pH, lime requirement, K, Ca, and Mg
  $7.00
B1
Bahia P Test
P test - Soil & Tissue
$15.00
* included in Standard Soil Fertility Test
Do not request both codes 1 and 2 for the same soil sample
 

Note :

  1. Crop code selections are limited to five per sample
  2. Samples will not be processed without payment
  3. Florida homeowners and small scale producers should use the Landscape & Vegetable Garden Information Sheet (SL 136)