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Soil pH can cause a host of ills when not properly adjusted. Four things to know about how to measure, improve and monitor your soil pH.
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Knowing how to test and repair soil PH is very important. I am going to go over a few tips on some ways you can test your soil as well as things to do if...
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A DIY soil pH test kit allows you to encourage plant growth and maximize crop yield. Learn to test soil pH with everyday household items.
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Starting and managing an organic garden takes a lot of effort, and this is regardless of the size of the space or type of plants you want to grow.
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Blueberries are one of the funnest and most delicious variety of berry that you can grow, and today we'll show you a few tips and tricks on how to grow a HUGE blueberry harvest! When growing blueberries, we always recommend that you purchase a blueberry bush that's already about two years old. This is because when planting from seed or seedlings, a blueberry bush will take about 3 years to produce. Because blueberry bushes grow so big in size, we recommend growing dwarf varieties which will…
Soil that's too acidic or too alkaline can create a challenging environment for crops to grow. Here's the easiest way to test soil pH and amend it organically using lime, compost, and other non-toxic soil amendments.
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One day while reading about how to balance garden pH in my garden I thought, maybe my SCOBY's could help with that!
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A lower pH level allows certain plants to more effectively absorb nutrients from the soil so they can flourish. When soil pH is too high, it can pose problems for plant health and growth. For many plants, soil that is high in alkalinity makes it harder for plants to drink in nutrients from the soil, which can limit their optimal growth. Making your soil more acidic can be challenging because water is often alkaline, and limestone within the soil is regularly breaking down, also increasing…
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