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Quick Information

Monday through Friday
8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Announcements:
On Monday, September 2, 2019, the Soil Testing Laboratory will be closed for the Labor Day holiday. We will be open to receive samples on Monday, September 3, 2019, at 8:00 AM. This is an official holiday for the University of Arkansas.

New LIMS:

New LIMS is already in full swing. You can now submit your samples and view your soil reports online. Please send barcoded boxes for soil samples. Please pass the word along to all consultants to place their orders for barcoded soil sample boxes from the University of Arkansas Soil Testing Laboratory at 870-295-2851.

Cindy Herron & Diane Lafex
Soil Testing and Research Laboratory
8 Lee Rd 214
Marianna, AR 72360
Phone: 870-295-2851
Fax: 870-295-2432
Email: soiltest@uark.edu

Soil Shipping Address:

PO Drawer 767
Marianna, AR 72360

General Mailing Address:

8 Lee Rd 214
Marianna, AR 72360

Mission

The mission of the Marianna Soil Test Laboratory is to provide accurate and timely routine soil analyses and unbiased nutrient management guidelines that are based on the best available science to Arkansas residents.

Services and Methods

Routine soil analysis provides information on the pH and fertility status of the soil. Soil test results provide guidance on the types and amounts of fertilizer and lime to apply to optimize plant growth and yield. Soil testing is just one component of agronomic and environmental nutrient management that collectively helps sustain plant growth and minimize nutrient losses into the surrounding landscape using the best available science. In Arkansas, routine soil testing is done free of charge provided the soil is from Arkansas and the person submitting the sample is an Arkansas resident. The Fertilizer Tonnage Fee has supported soil testing services and enforcement of fertilizer laws in Arkansas since 1953 and provides free routine testing of soil at the Marianna Laboratory. Routine soil analysis includes measurement of soil water pH and extraction of plant available nutrients using the Mehlich-3 extraction method. A list of routine and non-routine (fee-based) services and references for the analytical methods used by the Marianna Soil Test Laboratory is given below. For information on how to collect and submit a soil sample, please go to How to Submit Soil Samples page.

Laboratory Methods and References

Routine analysis

Mehlich III (Index of nutrient availability for selected nutrients, P, K, Ca, Mg, S, Na, Fe, Mn, Zn, Cu, and B)

Zhang, H., D.H. Hardy, R. Mylavarapu, and J. Wang. 2014. Mehlich-3. In: F.J. Sikora and K.P. Moore, editors, Soil test methods from the southeastern United States. Southern Coop. Ser. Bull. 419. p. 101-110. Univ. of Georgia http://aesl.ces.uga.edu/sera6/PUB/MethodsManualFinalSERA6.asp.  

Soil pH (1:2 soil:water mixture)

Sikora, F.J., and D.E. Kissel. 2014. Soil pH. In: F.J. Sikora and K.P. Moore, editors, Soil test methods from the southeastern United States. Southern Coop. Ser. Bull. 419. p. 48-53. Univ of Georgiahttp://aesl.ces.uga.edu/sera6/PUB/MethodsManualFinalSERA6.asp.

 

Non-routine procedures and prices

Soil Nitrate-N ($5.00 per sample) measured by ion-selective electrode

Gordon, G.V. 1992. Determination of nitrate-nitrogen by specific-ion electrode. In: S.J. Donahue, editor, Reference soil media diagnostic procedures for the Southern Region of the United States. Southern Coop. Ser. Bull. 374. p. 25-27. Univ of Georgia. http://aesl.ces.uga.edu/sera6/PUB/bulletinNo374.asp.  

Soil Organic Matter ($6.00 per sample) measured by Weight Loss on Ignition

Zhang, H., and J.J. Wang. 2014. Measurement of soil salinity and sodicity. In: F.J. Sikora and K.P. Moore, editors, Soil test methods from the southeastern United States. Southern Coop. Ser. Bull. 419. p. 155-157. Univ. of Georgia http://aesl.ces.uga.edu/sera6/PUB/MethodsManualFinalSERA6.asp.       

Soil Electrical Conductivity ($3.00 per sample) in 1:2 soil:water mixture

Wang, J.J., T. Provin, and H. Zhang. 2014. Measurement of soil salinity and sodicity. In: F.J. Sikora and K.P. Moore, editors, Soil test methods from the southeastern United States. Southern Coop. Ser. Bull. 419. p. 185-193. Univ. of Georgia. http://aesl.ces.uga.edu/sera6/PUB/MethodsManualFinalSERA6.asp  

Soil Texture ($15.00 per sample) by hydrometer

Huluka, G. and R. Miller. 2014. Particle size determination by hydrometer method. In: F.J. Sikora and K.P. Moore, editors, Soil test methods from the southeastern United States. Southern Coop. Ser. Bull. 419. p. 180-184. Univ. of Georgia http://aesl.ces.uga.edu/sera6/PUB/MethodsManualFinalSERA6.asp.     

Prices

EC – $3.00
NO3-N – $5.00
Organic Matter – $6.00
Chloride – $ 6.00
Soil Texture – $15.00
Soil Analyses Out of state and Researchers – $10.00

Laboratory Proficiency Testing

The Marianna Soil Testing and Research Laboratory participates in laboratory proficiency testing to ensure that our analytical procedures and results are accurate and precise. Starting in 2018, the Marianna Laboratory participates in the Agricultural Laboratory Proficiency Program (ALP). Prior to 2018, the laboratory participated in the North American Proficiency Testing (NAPT) Program. Current and past results from these programs are available upon request.

How to Collect Soil Samples

How to Submit Soil Samples

Directions for Consultants and Farmers

Soil samples must be submitted in a University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture soil sample box that contains a barcode and sample identification number. Soil sample boxes are available free to Arkansas residents at Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service offices located in each county (https://uaex.edu/counties/default.aspx). Agriculture consultants needing large quantities of soil sample boxes should contact the Marianna Soil Test Laboratory (870-295-2851) and ask for Linda Moore or Samantha Sanders.

If information about how to collect a soil sample is needed, please watch the video available at https://uaex.edu/environment-nature/soil/soil-test.aspx or contact the county Extension agent for further assistance.

Soil samples (about 1 pint of soil) may be brought directly to the Marianna Soil Test Laboratory as long as the samples are in barcoded soil sample boxes and sample information has been entered into the online system. Soil samples may also be delivered to the nearest County Extension Office (in a plastic bag or other suitable container and put into a barcoded soil sample box) and be shipped to the Marianna Soil Test Lab.

Soil sample information is now submitted to the laboratory electronically using the website https://soiltest2.uaex.edu/Default.aspx. The CES 435 form is no longer used. Clients must develop an account with a user id and a password to submit samples and view soil test reports. Clients who do not have an email address must submit soil samples through the county office and will receive a soil test report through the mail.

Sample information may be submitted directly by the client or the staff at any County Extension Office.  Regardless of who electronically submits soil samples, the required information includes:

  1. Phone number and mailing address
  2. Email address (if available)
  3. Field or sample name
  4. Plant or crop to be grown ( see crop code Tab above)
  5. For rice, the cultivar is also needed
  6. For selected crops (e.g., corn and forages for hay production), a yield goal is needed.

Other information (non-essential)

  1. Lime history (last 4 years)
  2. Irrigation water source
  3. Field leveling history (last 4 years)
  4. Request and payment for fee-based analysis
  5. Soil Association number Map

The online sample submission program allows users to view the soil samples that have been successfully submitted to the laboratory. Once soil samples have been analyzed, the client will receive an email stating that soil sample analysis is complete and the reports are ready to be viewed, downloaded, or printed. Clients that do not have an email address, will be mailed a hard copy of soil test results directly from the laboratory. Clients with an email address will need to create an account to receive notification of when soil test results are available.

Soils NOT Tested at Marianna Soil Testing Laboratory

If the native soils have been heavily amended with compost, bagged garden soils, mulch, etc the Marianna Soil Test Laboratory will not analyze the samples.  Samples containing or comprised of mulch, potting soil, perlite, and vermiculite, and/or compost are not lab friendly and may contaminate laboratory equipment.  Routine soil analysis is not an appropriate assessment of the suitability of these products for plant growth.

Crop Codes

Find the crop code in the searchable table below.

Access Soil Test Results

Generate a Report – County Extension Agents ONLY

Soil Analytical Data

2019

 

2018

County Agent Information

Link to Log in Samples

Soil sample information is submitted electronically through the following web address: https://soiltest2.uaex.edu/Default.aspx.  The CES 435 (paper) forms are no longer used with the new LIMS program.  Instructions for electronic submission of soil sample information are available HERE – Directions for County Extension or within the sample submission system using the “Help?” buttons.  Please contact  Linda Moore or Samantha Sanders at 870-295-2851 for assistance.

Sample Boxes

  1. Soil sample boxes with a barcode must be used to submit soil samples.
  2. Please complete the Name, Address, and County for your client on the front of the box. Field/Sample ID is optional.
  3. The barcode boxes include a printed sample number for identification.
  4. Do not put tape or write on top of the sample boxes.
  5. Do NOT ship wet samples. Please dry samples before shipping to help ensure the integrity of sample boxes, sample numbers, and barcodes within the shipping carton are not compromised. Samples with unscannable barcodes and unidentifiable sample numbers will not be analyzed.
  6. When using labels for a name, address, and county make certain the ink does not smear or fade when wet.  Do NOT place labels over the barcode or sample number.
  7. Please ensure that a sufficient amount of soil is in the soil sample boxes. The box should be at least ¾ full of soil.

 

Packing & Shipping

  1. Please ship soil sample boxes only in the provided shipping cartons. Other shipping contained may not be sturdy enough to prevent damage to soil samples boxes.
  2. When there are not enough soil sample boxes to fill a shipping carton, fill the empty space with paper, large square (4″ × 2″) bubble wrap, or another filler that will keep the soil boxes stable (no movement) during shipping. Do NOT use empty barcoded boxes to fill space in the shipping boxes.
  3. Barcoded boxes do NOT need to be packed in numerical order.
  4. There is no need to put any paperwork in the boxes before shipping. Make sure that the soil sample information has been entered in the LIMS system before shipping the samples to the Marianna Soil Test Lab. Soils samples that have been logged into the system can be viewed in the LIMS software.  At the Main Menu page select “View Submitted Samples” and Choose: Today, Yesterday, This Week, etc… and look for the barcode number(s) for samples that have been successfully submitted.
  5. The Marianna Soil Test Lab will pick up large quantities (500+) of soil samples. If your county has at least 500 samples, please call the lab to schedule a pick up (870-295-2851). Samples are only picked up at the County Extension Office.
  6. Upon arrival at the lab, the barcoded boxes are scanned and assigned a laboratory identification number. Samples are scanned in random order on a first come, first serve basis.
Crop Code Crop Name Crop Type
001 Corn for Grain (Yield Potential up to 125 bu/acre) Row Crop
002 Corn for Grain (Yield Potential up to 150 bu/acre) Row Crop
003 Corn for Grain (Yield Potential up to 175 bu/acre) Row Crop
004 Corn for Grain (Yield Potential ≥ 200 bu/acre) Row Crop
005 Corn for Silage Row Crop
006 Cotton Row Crop
007 Grain Sorghum for Grain - Non irrigated (NIR) Row Crop
008 Grain Sorghum for Grain - Irrigated (IR, Yield Potential ~90 bu/acre) Row Crop
009 Grain Sorghum for Grain - Irrigated (IR, Yield Potential ~110 bu/acre) Row Crop
010 Grain Sorghum for Grain - Irrigated (IR, Yield Potential ≥130 bu/acre) Row Crop
011 Grain Sorghum for Silage Row Crop
012 Oats Row Crop
013-01 Della row crop rice
013-02 Mars row crop rice
013-03 Jasmine 85 row crop rice
013-04 Nortai row crop rice
013-05 Alan row crop rice
013-06 Jackson row crop rice
013-07 Maybelle row crop rice
013-08 Katy row crop rice
013-09 Millie row crop rice
013-10 Newbonnet row crop rice
013-11 Cypress row crop rice
013-12 Priscilla row crop rice
013-13 Lafitte row crop rice
013-14 Lemont row crop rice
013-15 Madison row crop rice
013-16 Dellmont row crop rice
013-17 Earle row crop rice
013-18 Saber row crop rice
013-19 Jefferson row crop rice
013-20 CL 121 row crop rice
013-21 CL 141 row crop rice
013-22 Rice Tec XL6 row crop rice
013-23 Rice Tec XL7 row crop rice
013-24 Lagrue row crop rice
013-25 Drew row crop rice
013-26 Ahrent row crop rice
013-27 Bengal row crop rice
013-28 MedArk row crop rice
013-29 CL 161 row crop rice
013-30 Cocodrie row crop rice
013-31 Cybonnet row crop rice
013-32 Cheniere row crop rice
013-33 Wells row crop rice
013-34 Banks row crop rice
013-35 Francis row crop rice
013-36 Rice Tec XL8 row crop rice
013-37 Rice Tec CL XL8 row crop rice
013-38 Rice Tec XP710 row crop rice
013-39 Rice Tec XP716 row crop rice
013-40 Rice Tec XL723 row crop rice
013-41 CL 131 row crop rice
013-42 Spring row crop rice
013-43 Jupiter row crop rice
013-44 Trenasse row crop rice
013-45 Presido row crop rice
013-46 Rice Tec CL XL730 row crop rice
013-47 Pirogue row crop rice
013-48 CL 171-AR row crop rice
013-49 Rice Tec CL XL729 row crop rice
013-50 Rice Tec XP744 row crop rice
013-51 Rice Tec CL XL745 row crop rice
013-52 Bowman row crop rice
013-53 Arize 1003 row crop rice
013-54 Catahoula row crop rice
013-55 CL151 row crop rice
013-56 JES row crop rice
013-57 Neptune row crop rice
013-58 RiceTec CL XL 746 row crop rice
013-59 Taggart row crop rice
013-60 Templeton row crop rice
013-61 CL 111 row crop rice
013-62 CL 142 AR row crop rice
013-63 CL 181 AR row crop rice
013-64 CL 261 row crop rice
013-65 Jazzman row crop rice
013-66 Rex row crop rice
013-67 Roy J row crop rice
013-68 CL152 row crop rice
013-69 CL162 row crop rice
013-70 Caffey row crop rice
013-71 Jazzman 2 row crop rice
013-72 Antonio row crop rice
013-73 Mermentau row crop rice
013-74 Colorado row crop rice
013-75 Della 2 row crop rice
013-76 RiceTec XP4523 row crop rice
013-77 RiceTec XP4534 row crop rice
013-78 RiceTec XL753 row crop rice
013-79 LaKast row crop rice
013-80 CL163 row crop rice
013-81 CL172 row crop rice
013-82 CL271 row crop rice
013-83 XL760 row crop rice
013-84 Diamond row crop rice
013-85 Titan row crop rice
013-86 CL153 row crop rice
013-87 CL272 row crop rice
013-88 RT7311 CL row crop rice
013-89 Gemini 214 CL row crop rice
013-90 Thad row crop rice
013-91 PVL01 row crop rice
013-92 Other Variety row crop rice
014 Soybean - Full Season Row Crop
015 Soybean - Doublecrop (DC) (requires small grain crop as first crop) Row Crop
016 Wheat for Grain Row Crop
017 Wheat for Grain and Grazing Row Crop
018 Other Crop (Analysis only - contact State Extension Specialist for Recommendation, Fill in space with desired crop name) Row Crop
019 Fallow (no recommendation/analysis only - crop code for rotation sequence) Row Crop
020 Fish Ponds (Analysis only - contact State Extension Specialist for Recommendation) Row Crop
021 Reg 5 Analysis Row Crop
022 Pollinator Production (NRCS) Row Crop
101 Alfalfa or Alfalfa + Cool-Season Grass Mixtures (EST) forage legumes
102 Alfalfa or Alfalfa + Cool-Season Grass Mixtures (MNT) - 3 ton/acre forage legumes
103 Alfalfa or Alfalfa + Cool-Season Grass Mixtures (MNT) - 5 ton/acre forage legumes
104 Alfalfa or Alfalfa + Cool-Season Grass Mixtures (MNT) - 7 ton/acre forage legumes
105 Alfalfa or Alfalfa + Cool-Season Grass Mixtures (MNT) - 9 ton/acre forage legumes
106 Legumes + Cool-Season Grass (EST) forage legumes
107 Legumes + Cool-Season Grass (MNT) - 2 ton/acre forage legumes
108 Legumes + Cool-Season Grass (MNT) - 3 ton/acre forage legumes
109 Legumes + Cool-Season Grass (MNT) - 4 ton/acre forage legumes
110 Legumes + Cool-Season Grass (MNT) - 5 ton/acre forage legumes
111 Legumes + Warm-Season Grass (EST) forage legumes
112 Legumes + Warm-Season Grass (MNT) - 2 ton/acre forage legumes
113 Legumes + Warm-Season Grass (MNT) - 3 ton/acre forage legumes
114 Legumes + Warm-Season Grass (MNT) - 4 ton/acre forage legumes
115 Legumes + Warm-Season Grass (MNT) - 5 ton/acre forage legumes
116 Legumes Over-Seeded into Grass Sod (EST) forage legumes
117 Soybean for Hay (EST) forage legumes
118 Wildlife Food Plots Including Legumes forage legumes
121 Cool-Season Grasses (EST) forage grass
122 Cool-Season Grasses (MNT) - 2 ton/acre forage grass
123 Cool-Season Grasses (MNT) - 3 ton/acre forage grass
124 Cool-Season Grasses (MNT) - 4 ton/acre forage grass
125 Cool-Season Grasses (MNT) - 5 ton/acre forage grass
126 Native Warm-Season Grasses (EST) forage grass
127 Native Warm-Season Grasses (MNT) - 2 ton/acre forage grass
128 Native Warm-Season Grasses (MNT) - 3 ton/acre forage grass
129 Native Warm-Season Grasses (MNT) - 4 ton/acre forage grass
130 Native Warm-Season Grasses (MNT) - 5 ton/acre forage grass
0131 Warm-Season Grasses (EST) forage grass
132 Warm-Season Grasses (MNT) - 2 ton/acre forage grass
133 Warm-Season Grasses (MNT) - 4 ton/acre forage grass
134 Warm-Season Grasses (MNT) - 6 ton/acre forage grass
135 Warm-Season Grasses (MNT) - 8 ton/acre forage grass
136 Winter Annuals Over-seeded into Grass Sod (MNT) - 1 ton/acre forage grass
137 Winter Annuals Over-seeded into Grass Sod (MNT) - 2 ton/acre forage grass
138 Winter Annuals Over-seeded into Grass Sod (MNT) - 3 ton/acre forage grass
139 Winter Annuals Over-seeded into Grass Sod (MNT) - 4 ton/acre forage grass
140 Wildlife Food Plots [No Legumes] {EST & MNT} forage grass
141 Summer Annuals forage grass
142 Mixed Cool and Warm Season Grasses - 2 ton/acre forage grass
143 Mixed Cool and Warm Season Grasses - 3 ton/acre forage grass
144 Mixed Cool and Warm Season Grasses - 4 ton/acre forage grass
145 Mixed Cool and Warm Season Grasses - 5 ton/acre forage grass
201 Cool-Season Cover Crops (EST, MNT) Pasture Forage
202 Cool-Season Grasses (EST) Pasture Forage
203 Cool-Season Grasses (MNT) Pasture Forage
204 Legumes or Cool-Season Grasses/Legume Mixtures (EST) Pasture Forage
205 Legumes or Cool-Season Grasses/Legume Mixtures (MNT) Pasture Forage
206 Warm-Season Grasses (EST) Pasture Forage
207 Warm-Season Grasses (MNT) Pasture Forage
208 Legumes or Warm-Season Grasses/Legume Mixtures (EST) Pasture Forage
209 Legumes or Warm-Season Grasses/Legume Mixtures (MNT) Pasture Forage
210 Winter Annuals (EST/MNT) Pasture Forage
211 Native Warm-Season Grasses (EST/MNT) Pasture Forage
212 Mixed Cool and Warm-Season Grasses Pasture Forage
213 CRP (Conservation Reserve Program, Maintenance of Cover) Pasture Forage
301 General Garden (No legumes) vegetables
302 General Garden (With legumes) vegetables
303 Asparagus [Year 1] vegetables
304 Asparagus [Year 2] vegetables
305 Asparagus [Year 3] vegetables
306 Beans [Bush, Lima, Pole, and Snap] vegetables
307 Beets vegetables
308 Cantaloupe and Muskmelons [Irrigated plasticulture] vegetables
309 Cantaloupe and Muskmelons [Irrigated on beds]] vegetables
310 Cole Crops [Broccoli, Brussel Sprouts, Cabbage, and Cauliflower] vegetables
311 Cucumber [Slicing] vegetables
312 Cucumber [Pickling/Processing] vegetables
313 Eggplant [Irrigated plasticulture] vegetables
314 Eggplant [Irrigated on beds] vegetables
315 Greens [Collard, Kale, Mustard, and Turnip] vegetables
316 Irish Potatoes vegetables
317 Okra [Irrigated plasticulture] vegetables
318 Okra [Irrigated on Beds] vegetables
319 Onion, Garlic, and Shallots vegetables
320 Peas [English] vegetables
321 Peppers [Irrigated plasticulture] vegetables
322 Peppers [Irrigated on Beds] vegetables
323 Pumpkins vegetables
324 Root Crops [Carrot and Radish] vegetables
325 Southern Peas vegetables
326 Spinach vegetables
327 Squash [Irrigated plasticulture] vegetables
328 Squash [Irrigated on Beds] vegetables
329 Sweet Corn vegetables
330 Sweet Potatoes vegetables
331 Tomatoes [Irrigated plasticulture] vegetables
332 Tomatoes [Staked] vegetables
333 Turnips vegetables
334 Watermelon [Irrigated plasticulture] vegetables
335 Watermelon [Irrigated on Beds] vegetables
401 Athletic Field - Cool Season Grasses on a Sand Base [EST & MNT] turf production
402 Athletic Field - Cool Season Grasses on a Soil Base [EST & MNT] turf production
403 Athletic Field - Warm Season Grasses on a Sand Base [EST & MNT] turf production
404 Athletic Field - Warm Season Grasses on a Soil Base [EST & MNT] turf production
405 Bentgrass Greens on a Sand Base [EST] turf production
406 Bentgrass Greens on a Soil Base [EST] turf production
407 Bentgrass Greens on a Sand Base [MNT] turf production
408 Bentgrass Greens on a Soil Base [MNT] turf production
409 Bermudagrass Greens on a Sand Base [EST] turf production
410 Bermudagrass Greens on a Soil Base [EST] turf production
411 Bermudagrass Greens on a Sand Base [MNT] turf production
412 Bermudagrass Greens on a Soil Base [MNT] turf production
413 Bermudagrass Fairways [EST & MNT] turf production
414 Zoysiagrass Fairways [EST & MNT] turf production
415 Seeded Rough Cool-Season Grass [EST & MNT] turf production
416 Seeded Rough Warm-Season Grass [EST & MNT] turf production
417 Bermudagrass Tees & Fairways [EST] turf production
418 Bermudagrass Tees & Fairways [MNT] turf production
419 Zoysiagrass Tees & Fairways [EST] turf production
420 Zoysiagrass Tees & Fairways [MNT] turf production
421 Parks/Playgrounds Cool Season Grass [EST & MNT] turf production
422 Parks/Playgrounds Warm Season Grass [EST & MNT] turf production
423 Sod - Bermudagrass Commercial Production [EST & MNT] turf production
424 Sod - Centipede Commercial Production [EST & MNT] turf production
425 Sod - Zoysiagrass Commercial Production [EST & MNT] turf production
426 Lawn Turf - Bermudagrass [EST & MNT] turf production
427 Lawn Turf - Bluegrass [EST & MNT] turf production
428 Lawn Turf - Centipedegrass [EST & MNT] turf production
429 Lawn Turf - Ryegrass [EST & MNT] turf production
430 Lawn Turf - St. Augustine [EST & MNT] turf production
431 Lawn Turf - Fescues [EST & MNT] turf production
432 Lawn Turf - Zoysiagrass [EST & MNT turf production
501 Fruit Trees & Small Fruits, General Production for Home Owners [EST] Fruit Tree
502 Fruit Trees & Small Fruits, General Production for Home Owners [MNT] Fruit Tree
503 Apples, Commercial Production [EST] Fruit Tree
504 Apples, Commercial Production [MNT] Fruit Tree
505 Cherries, Commercial Production [EST] Fruit Tree
506 Cherries, Commercial Production [MNT] Fruit Tree
507 Figs, Commercial Production [EST] Fruit Tree
508 Figs, Commercial Production [MNT] Fruit Tree
509 Nectarines, Commercial Production [EST] Fruit Tree
510 Nectarines, Commercial Production [MNT] Fruit Tree
511 Peaches, Commercial Production [EST] Fruit Tree
512 Peaches, Commercial Production [MNT] Fruit Tree
513 Pears, Commercial Production [EST] Fruit Tree
514 Pears, Commercial Production [MNT] Fruit Tree
515 Plums, Commercial Production [EST] Fruit Tree
516 Plums, Commercial Production [MNT] Fruit Tree
517 Pecans Fruit Tree
518 Walnuts Fruit Tree
519 Blueberries - 1st Year Fruit Tree
520 Blueberries - 2nd & 3rd Year Fruit Tree
521 Blueberries - 4th Year Fruit Tree
522 Brambles Fruit Tree
523 Grapes - 1st year and 2nd Year [Immature vines} Fruit Tree
524 Grapes - 3 years old [Mature vines] Fruit Tree
525 Strawberries - Matted Row Commercial Production Fruit Tree
526 Strawberries -Small bed/home garden Fruit Tree
527 Blueberries (all ages) - Home Garden Fruit Tree
601 Roses Ornamental Plant
602 Acid Group Shrubs [Azaleas, Camellia, Gardenia, Hydrangea, & Rhododendron] Ornamental Plant
603 Non-Acid Group Shrubs and Trees Ornamental Plant
604 Bedding plants, Annual and Perennial Flowers, Groundcovers, and Herbs & Ferns Ornamental Plant
605 Shade Tree Field Nursery Oraimental Plant
606 Pine Nursery Seedlings Ornamental Plant
607 Leyland Cypress Ornamental Plant
608 Christmas Tree Plantation Ornamental Plant
609 Pine Plantation - Commercial Production Ornamental Plant