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Greetings.
On your richsoil.com site you mention a Oakton PH meter.  That model is discontinued but looks like the Double Junction Waterproof pHTestr 10 is the replacement.  My question is - how do I test the soil?  Dissolve some in water and test the water?
 
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I put a tablespoon of soil in 8 ounces of distilled water, in a very clean glass.  And then test that water.

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