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Agricultural Water

  GAP and FSMA regulations require the use of analytically verified potable water. When ensuring the safety of agricultural products, it's essential to evaluate and document the microbial water quality used on your farm. NEW AGE Agriculture Lab offers fast and accurate water testing services to determine the quality of your drinking and agricultural water. 
  Whether it's the water quality in your home, school, business, favorite swimming hole, or farm, knowing the risks of exposure to water is crucial.

Good Agricultural Practices (GAP)

As a GAP certified laboratory, our commitment to data integrity and transparency is unwavering. We adhere to rigorous standards set forth by the certification, ensuring that our processes are robust and reliable. By voluntarily undergoing audits, we demonstrate our dedication to upholding the highest levels of quality and accuracy in our work. These audits not only validate our adherence to GAP standards but also provide an opportunity for continuous improvement, allowing us to consistently deliver trustworthy results to our clients and stakeholders.

GAP certified logo to represent gap certification for agricultural water testing

Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA)

The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) represents a pivotal advancement in ensuring the safety of our food supply chain. At NEW AGE Laboratories, we are deeply committed to FSMA compliance, including but not limited to testing agricultural water. Recognizing the critical role water plays in food production, we employ state-of-the-art testing methodologies and adhere rigorously to FSMA guidelines. Our dedication to the seven pillars of FSMA underscores our unwavering commitment to safeguarding public health and upholding the highest standards of food safety.

FSMA seven pillars representing FSMA values in laboratory


pH | Soluble Salts | Chlorine (Cl) | Bicarbonate | Carbonate | Alkalinity | Hardness | Sodium Absorption Rate (SAR) | Calcium (Ca) | Magnesium (Mg) | Potassium (K) | Sodium (Na) | Iron (Fe) | Boron (B) | Sulfate | Phosphorus (P) | Copper (Cu) | Manganese (Mn) | Zinc (Zn) | Total Dissolved Solids

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