Soil & Homesite
Across West Virginia, WVU Extension Service agents and specialists work with residents and landowners to test, analyze and improve soil quality.Browse the Soil & Homesite Guide
Whether you need fertile soil to farm, good soil to grow a lawn, or soil that drains well or compacts easily to build on, WVU Extension experts can help you yield the most of your land.
Soil & Homesite Guide
Improve Soil Test Recommendations
If you're submitting a soil sample to grow hay, pasture, corn, barley, wheat, soybeans, oats, small grain silage or grain sorghum, it's important to determine the predominant soil series within your field.2018 WVU Soil Test Changes
How to Select Your Dominant Soil Series
How Farmers Can Determine the Dominant Soil Series & Field Size
How to Use the Web Soil Survey
WVU Soil Testing Lab
Contact the Lab
WVU Soil Testing Lab1405 Agricultural Sciences Building
1194 Evansdale Dr, PO Box 6108,
Morgantown, WV 26506-6108
Email Eugenia Pena-Yewtukhiw
Monday - Friday | 8:15 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Closed on WVU Holidays
Collect & Submit Soil Samples
Take & Submit a Soil Sample
Soil & Homesite News
WVU Soil Testing Lab Changes
As of September 2018, the WVU Soil Testing Lab has made some changes, and here's what you need to know
for an effective, informative soil test.