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A sample of soil is usually extracted from its in-situ (natural state) in a paddock (or other sampling location) using a soil sampling tool, typically a sampling augur. The size of the sampling augur varies, but the end result is a core or column of soil of fixed dimensions. A number of individual samples are usually collected in this manner and these are then typically bulked up together into a larger sample which is then sent to the lab for analysis…

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