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This is why you do soil analysis
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Starfire 25-Jul-23
mgmicky 25-Jul-23
Starfire 25-Jul-23
'Ike' (Phone) 25-Jul-23
drycreek 25-Jul-23
From: Starfire
25-Jul-23
I just got my results back. organic Matter up 30%, potassium up 50%. That will save me about 90# of nitrogen fertilizer. For bulk urea that is $80. The cost of the test was $20 with shipping. return on investment 400%

From: mgmicky
25-Jul-23
Yep, you got to know what you’re starting with, otherwise you could be wasting a lot of time and money on improper applications. This concept is true whether it’s a golf course green or a garden…

From: Starfire
25-Jul-23
Overall buying in bulk and getting just what I need is going to save me $154 for my 2 acre plot compared to using 19-19-19.

25-Jul-23
Very cool…

From: drycreek
25-Jul-23
A soil test is the cheapest expense of all the money you will spend on a food plot. It’s also way up there in the importance scale. As mgmicky said, you got to know what you’re starting with, and I’ll add…..or you’re not gonna get there.

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