A “detection level” is provided by most analyses carried out by Midwest Laboratories. The concept of a detection level is based on a variety of factors including the analytical method, amount of sample, amount of analyte present, presence of interfering chemicals, type of sample, and experience of the analysts.
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Mycotoxins are not produced all the time, but can present under specific growing conditions and colonize crops.READ MORE
Salmonella can be transferred from birds & mammals defecating, and then having that raw or unprocessed manure spread onto fields.READ MORE
Potable (drinking) water samples for human consumption must adhere to current regulations for analyzation, including sample bottle type, and time.READ MORE