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HOLIDAY NOTICE: FGL will be closed
In observance of Memorial Day, all FGL locations will be closed on Monday, May 29th.
Please make the necessary adjustments to your sampling schedules or contact the lab if you have concerns.

Thank you and may you have very happy holiday!
FGL Environmental
Environmental Testing and Services
Paperless Reports and Invoices June 1, 2022

To help us improve efficiency and reduce paper waste, Fruit Growers Laboratory, Inc. / FGL Environmental is requesting your support as we implement a paper reduction initiative.

Emailing your analysis results and invoices ensures they are delivered as quickly as possible. We ask that you permit us to eliminate the step of sending them again by U.S. Mail.

We will implement this change on June 1, 2022. However, should your situation prohibit you from going paperless at this time, please let us know by e-mailing us at: or or by calling us at (805) 392-2000. Press "0" and let us know that you are calling about the paper reduction initiative.
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Fruit Growers Laboratory, Inc.
Agricultural Testing and Services
Materials/Disposal Fee

Starting September 2022, FGL invoices will show a $3.00 Materials/Disposal fee for each Chain of Custody (COC) submitted to the lab. This fee is necessary due to repeated and sizeable increases in supplies and environmental disposal costs. We will continue to combat inflationary challenges and thank you for your understanding in this matter.

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 levels 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.
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