SK200 Soil Fertility Kit

  • SK200

Measure soil pH and N/P/K in a simple visual soil test kit containing reagents and hardware for effective soil fertility monitoring.

  • Measure soil pH, lime requirement, nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium (N/P/K) macronutrients using simple visual soil testing methods
  • Complete soil test kit including reagents and hardware contained in a single shoulder case
  • Developed specifically for portable use by a range of users such as agronomists, farming and fertiliser professionals.
SK200 Soil Fertility Kit


SK600 - Soil Kit Accessory Pack

De-Ion pack, filter funnel, filter papers (x100), soil sample bags (x100), sample containers/dilution tubes (x2), 1 ml syringe, 2 ml syringe, 2 ml soil scoop, 10 ml soil scoop, 2.5 ml extract scoop, cuvette brush, crush/stir rods (x10).

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Additional Information

SKW200 Contents:
Visual Testing Hardware
Soiltester for soil pH. Soiltester for nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P). Double tube assembly for potassium (K)
Complete reagent set for 50 tests of soil pH, lime requirement, nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium including extraction and test reagents
Sample Preparation/Accessories
De-Ion pack, soil sample bags, soil scoops, filter funnel and paper, sample container/dilution tubes, crush/stir rods and cuvette brush
Ancillaries Shoulder bag

Instructions & Brochures

Soil Testing Brochure

Download the Brochure to view the full range of Soil Test Kits, along with available accessories and reagent packs.


User Manual

SK 200 Soil Fertility Kit instructions


Research & Insights

Can I use water testing reagents for soil testing?

The methods used for colorimetric and photometric involve an extraction process, creating a highly ionic solution.


Do Palintest soil tests compare to the DEFRA/ADAS standard methodologies?

Palintest Soil Test Kits are designed to allow field testing of soil samples which should be comparable to standard laboratory methods.


Methods of expressing soil test results

Palintest soil analysis results are expressed in terms of the nutrient as mg/L of soil. Several other methods of expression are available and this guide explains how results can be converted from one to another.