I just got back my soil test from Penn State today. Here's the bad news. PH-5.8 Phosphorous-291ppm (Extremely High) Potassium-85ppm (Below optimium) They recommend liming at 70lbs/1000. They also recommend a fertilization program of 33-3-10 in May, September, and November. I just put down 920 pounds of lime last year so I'm baffled at the PH. What could cause such a high phosphorous number??????? Anybody have any ideas why I got creamed with red thread when my phosphorous numbers were out the roof?? Thanks.