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Looking For a Good Soil PH Meter

 
Chris Gray
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Location: Kentucky Zone 6
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Any ideas for something that is reliable and won't break the bank?
 
Bryan Jasons
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I will probably buy one of these in the next week or two:

http://frostproof.com/kelway-soil-ph-tester-hb-2/
 
chip sanft
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I'd also like a soil ph meter so I can run some experiments. Anything under $50 that would work? It doesn't need to be lab grade.
 
chip sanft
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Still haven't bought one so I'll bump this...
 
Mike Haych
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http://shop.hannainst.com/hi98108-phep-ph-tester.html?id=040003&ProdCode=HI%252098108. Use distilled water to store the pen electrode. Calibrate the level of pH meter weekly or bi-monthly because they tend to drift. How to use pH pens - https://extension.umass.edu/floriculture/fact-sheets/how-use-ph-and-ec-pens-monitor-greenhouse-crop-nutrition
 
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