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Most multivitamins and many dietary supplements contain Vitamin K. Both types, K1 and K2 are used, but K3 is not allowed in humans because it has been shown to damage hepatic cells in laboratory studies. However, Vitamin K3 is allowed in certain animal feed formulations. Download our White Paper to learn more.READ MORE
In 2014, clients in Iowa and Canada asked Midwest Laboratories to compare Mehlich III extraction of nutrients analyzed by ICP to Midwest Laboratories’ traditional methods which include P1 & P2 Bray extraction of phosphorus (P) with colorimetric measurement; neutral ammonium acetate (AA) extraction of potassium (K), magnesium (Mg), and calcium (Ca) with ICP measurement; andREAD MORE
Agriculture related analyses are indispensable in supplying accurate, current information for making management decisions regarding soil fertility and plant nutrients. Maximum benefit can be gained if the samples are taken properly, analyzed reliably, and interpreted correctly. Increasing world demand for food, feed, and fiber, is challenging our present agricultural production systems to satisfy an expanding world population. More food production requires increased acreage devoted to agricultural crops and increased yields.READ MORE