Testing your soil's PH ==>

What is your soils pH? What are the nutrient levels, N, P, K, in your soil?
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On 4/15/12 2:03 AM, gogreen101 wrote:

Why do you ask?
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gogreen101;956054 Wrote: > What is your soils pH? What are the nutrient levels, N, P, K, in your > soil?
Soil pH is the measurement of the acidity or alkalinity of garden soil. The pH in soil is typically measured on a scale of 1-14, with seven considered neutral. Anything below this is considered acidic, or sour, soil while anything above neutral is considered alkaline, or sweet, soil. Soil kits can be used to test pH levels in the soil and are available at most home garden centers. Oftentimes, local county extension agents will also provide pH testing when needed. Average pH of soil is between pH 4.0 and 8.5.
Check out the link for more information about pH perfect 'Advanced Nutrients pH Perfect | More About This Breakthrough' (http://tinyurl.com/chgxmmy )
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