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Coronavirus, Business Update

Dear valued FGL customers:

Operations at all five FGL lab facilities continue to function well and are able to meet your sampling, sample pick-up and analytical needs, while observing proper distancing and hygiene practices. With safeguards in place, samples may still be dropped off at our facilities.

We wish you all good health.

FGL Environmental
Environmental Testing and Services
ANNOUNCEMENTS
What: PFAS - Non-Potable & Biosolids Testing

If you have received the new PFAS order from the State Water Board (SWRCB) based on water code sections 13267 and 13383 order for the determination of the presence of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances at publicly owned treatment works, order WQ 2020-0015-DWQ, FGL can help. The order requires POTWs (Publicly Owned Treatment Works) to test for PFAS in non-potable water sources (Influent, Effluent, Groundwater Monitoring, etc.) and Biosolids.

FGL Environmental laboratory has partnered with an accredited and experienced lab to support and provide this testing. We will provide the proper sterile containers for you to collect the samples or in some select instances we may be able to perform the sampling.

For more information on the Order, click here

Fruit Growers Laboratory, Inc.
Agricultural Testing and Services
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Who: Nut Growers and Grower Advisors
What: Early Season Analysis for Nitrogen Management

Let Fruit Growers Laboratory aid you in efficient and profitable nitrogen (N) application by conducting early season tissue analysis for nut crops. Our tissue analysis reports will show current nitrogen levelsĀ and provide predicted July N values following the UC-Early Season Protocol. This can assist you in determining the right rate of N application for the current season,thus maximizing productivity and minimizing the potential for N loss.

Note: FGL is able to report using this protocol for Almonds and Pistachios, and new this year; Walnuts.


Click here for more information on Early-Season Sampling and In-Season Nitrogen Budgeting Protocol by Authors: Sebastian Saa Silva, Saiful Muhammad, Blake Sanden, Emilio Laca, Patrick Brown (UC Davis and UC Cooperative Extension, Kern County)

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