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Soil pH....a beginners guide to soil chemistry

 
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Hi all

I have been testing my soil at home for all the data I can get to help me improve my soil and threefold the food I grow. I realized that it was a long time since I did chemistry and wanted to increase my understanding of what I was actually measuring....in the fist case, soil pH.

So I wrote a primer for others....

http://www.almostafarmer.com/soil-ph-whats/

Most in here might know all this stuff, but I hope some folks might learn along with me

Gaz
Www.almostafarmer.com

Sorry if I also posted in the homestead area of the forums.....but I noticed this thread and thought folks might spot and enjoy here too.
 
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