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Old 03-22-2006, 08:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Norm Al
it is very rare that you will have a PH problem!

You must not have many oaks or pines down there. We have many communties around here that have large numbers of old oaks in the yards. Not as many now after the hurricanes. Even still, a lot of acidic soils around those neighborhooods.

As far doing a complete analysis. I've seen tens of hundreds soil analysis from this area and there all pretty much the same. Calcium levels optimum, Magnesuim levels low. Sodium is not tested. Of course NPK are always low. Dolomite is the norm around here for raising pH.
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