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Old 02-01-2011, 12:12 PM
Kiril Kiril is offline
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Originally Posted by JoJo1990 View Post
I don't believe the report gives the C:N ratio unless it could be listed as something other than that on the report? I understand the concept but this is my first compost report I've looked at.

EC 7.0 dS/m

I always recommend soil testing at each site. I collect the samples and send them to the U of MN for analysis. I bet about 2% of my customers actually want to spend the $20 or so to have this done (I even offer them my time to collect the samples for free if they sign up for the year) It will be interesting to see if the organic crowd percentage that will want a soil test is higher than my synthetic customers.
I would recommend caution here .... especially not knowing the sites soil EC.

IMO .... you shouldn't even give the clients the option to decline a soil test. Include it in your services as you cannot do your job effectively or responsibly without that data.
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