Just like the human body can be alkaline or acidic, so can soil. Most people are familiar with acidic soil, but exactly what is alkaline soil? Read this article for information on what makes soil alkaline.
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Getting a soil test is a great way to measure its health and fertility. So how often should you do a soil test and what does a soil test show? To answer these questions, this article will help.
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Weeds aren’t just annoying, they can also act as a natural soil test, indicating the quality of your soil! Learn how to use weeds as indicator plants so you can better your soil from The Old Farmer’s Almanac.
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University of Georgia Weather Network
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Soil pH is an important factor in soil health. This is a basic soil chemistry lesson for gardeners to understand how important pH is for growing food crops.
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Once your fall crops are done, plant cover crops to add nutrients back into the soil and give next spring’s plantings a healthier start.
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