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We are also able to carry out studies to determine the effects of treatments on the soil meso- and macro fauna.

Standard ecological sampling methods and extraction techniques (such as Tullgren funnels) are used in making a full faunal audit of soil invertebrates both before and at intervals after treatment. This is one of the best ways for assessing gross effects on key groups such as springtails (Collembola) and soil mites.

Acute (1)
Eisenia andrei (Earthworm)
Code:
OECD 207 (ISO 11268-1)
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Chronic (repro) (1)
Eisenia andrei (Earthworm)
Code:
OECD 222 (ISO 11268-2)
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Laboratory (2)
Hypoaspis aculeifer (Predatory Soil Mite)
Code:
OECD 226 
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Folsomia candida (Springtail)
Code:
OECD 232 (ISO 11267)
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Aged-Residue (2)
Hypoaspis aculeifer (Predatory Soil Mite)
Code:
OECD 226 
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Folsomia candida (Springtail)
Code:
OECD 232 (ISO 11267)
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Semi-Field (2)
Collembolan (springtail) 
Code:
ISO 23611-2 
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Soil meso- and macro -fauna 
Code:
MT003
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Field (2)
Soil meso- and macro -fauna 
Code:
MT002
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Collembolan (springtail) 
Code:
ISO 23611-2 
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