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What Type of pH Calibration Solution Should You Use?

pH calibration solutions, also called pH buffers, are an essential tool when measuring pH with a pH meter and electrode. While some users will try to make...

pH & TA in Sour Beers

Add just the right amount of pucker to your sour beers, get your pH and TA right!

The Significance of Pool and Spa Water Testing

In swimming pool treatment, disinfection or sanitising is essential to rid the pool of bacteria and control nuisance organisms like algae which may occur...

Using the Backpack Lab™ Water Quality Test Kit in Education

pH, conductivity, turbidity, dissolved oxygen, phosphate, acidity, alkalinity, carbon dioxide, hardness, and nitrate are important for monitoring water quality. The Water Quality Backpack Lab contained all of the tests kits and instrumentation required to test ten of the most important water quality parameters.

Using the Hanna Backpack Lab Soil Quality Educational Test Kit in Teaching Environmental Science

The importance of soil in our ecosystem The word Soil has many definitions. By traditional definition, soil is the natural growing medium for the growth...

How to Test Electrical Conductivity (EC) in Soil: The Complete Guide

Plants need plenty of sun, air, water, and nutrients to grow. But how can you make sure your plants have enough nutrients? Measuring different...

How to Test pH in Soil: The Complete Guide

Ever wonder what else you can do to help your plants thrive? Try testing the pH of your soil! Robust plants start from the...

Measuring the pH of Sushi Rice

Sushi rice needs to be kept warmer than room temperature for best results when rolling sushi. However, this can create food safety risks which have...

The Importance of Measuring pH in Milk

The measurement of pH in milk is important in testing for impurities, spoilage, and signs of mastitis infection. While there are a number of...

Preparing a Soil Sample for Nutrient Analysis

Not sure how to prepare a sample for pH and EC/TDS testing? Follow these steps, or watch the video below. Step 1: Gather your materials. You...

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