Irrigation Water analysis

Water analysis steps

1. Update

Before sending, you can contact the laboratory by e-mail: or by phone for information. The samples travel under the responsibility of the sender. If the sample is brought to the laboratory by the person concerned, the accompanying sample information sheet should be completed in electronic or printed form.

2. Preparation and sampling

For irrigation water samples - nutrient solutions, use half-liter (0.5 lt) water bottles, screw the cap tightly and secure it around the perimeter with insulating tape.

The bottle should be filled with the sample of irrigation water - nutrient solutions.

Samples should be shipped in separate tightly closed polyethylene bags.

3. Shipping of samples

The samples can be shipped to the following address:

Antoniou Petralia 36 and G. Papadreou
27 200, Amaliada
Tel. (+30) 26220 28816
Email address:

It is best to use small boxes up to size 30L x 20W x 10H cm, instead of envelopes, so that the samples are adequately protected during transport. When using envelopes, use only envelopes that have special protection inside with air bubbles.

The accompanying form for the sample can be completed electronically or alternatively you can download it by clicking here and enclose it completed in the shipping box of each sample.

Electronic Completion

4. Payment of Participation and invoice issuance

You can deposit the amount through a bank. The account number is:

5. Sample analysis - publication of results

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Scientific director: Pantelis E. Barouchas, Associate Professor, Department of Agriculture.

6. Communication with specialized staff

Do you have any questions about the results you received? Do you have difficulty with what must follow to achieve the goal?

We are by your side to help you, as long as you contact us!

Declaration - Notification

Samples of commercial value are not accepted. The laboratory does not undertake the analysis of samples relating to archeology or in any way related to archaeological sites or finds that are normally sold in antiquities markets or other valuable or invaluable items, unless they have been submitted for analysis and paid for by a recognized government organization, large museum, or other official public body investigating the sample, as part of interdisciplinary academic collaboration.