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A. The director shall adopt reasonable rules for certification of laboratories that perform agricultural laboratory testing. Rules shall be prescribed only insofar as they affect the precision and accuracy of laboratory results. The rules shall include:
1. Acceptable methods of sampling, analyzing and testing including the routine examination of certified laboratories for accuracy of analysis.
2. Acceptable standards of sanitary and safety conditions within the laboratory and its surroundings.
3. Equipment essential to the proper operation of a laboratory.
4. The construction and operation of the laboratory, including plumbing, heating, lighting, ventilation, electrical services and similar conditions.
B. If before adopting rules pursuant to this section the director determines that it is necessary or desirable, the director may appoint an advisory committee pursuant to section 3-106.