The part of the ground you have to analyze is one in which most plants draw will go for growth, ie a layer of soil between 10 and 20 cm deep, called topsoil.
Please have in a clean plastic bag (eg. Ziploc®) and a scoop (or trowel).
Take the so-called depth of small shovels, in different places of your land so that the soil sample is representative.
Of course, if a part of your garden is very sandy, clay and a net behind your garden, common sense command to carry out two separate analyzes!
Using the tool, take 10 to 15 soil samples in the area: If lawn or flowerbed or vegetable garden Insert the tool to the recommended depth, 10 cm (4 ”). Take a few tablespoons of land in each location; Place the earth in a very clean plastic bucket or suitable container and avoid touching with the fingers; When your 10-15 samples are taken for a zone, mix these samples;
Take about 1 cup of the mixture and transfer to a clean plastic bag (eg. Ziploc®)
Identify your sample or your samples if there is more analysis to be done.