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Soil Acidity

Spidy 2 Whitecourt
4/24/2008 at 8:26:50 AM

I heard this one would affect the garden plants a lot. anyone know how to test it and whats the best score for it? more how do i ensure the acidity is the one i need?

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liow from Spruce Grove
8/9/2008 at 8:44:56 PM

Once you have determined the pH the soil sitabke for your plants, you can tailor the soil condition by using materials commonly available at your local garden store.

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