Based on your Soil Test, How to Raise or Lower Soil pH

NOTE:  It can take 2-3 months or longer for lime or aluminum sulfate to change soil pH.
Prepare ahead for the next Growing Season.

LIME WILL RAISE YOUR SOIL pH

If your soil results indicate that the soil is too acidic for your crop, you can raise the pH of the soil with lime to increase alkalinity.  We find it is easier to apply pelletized, not powdered, lime.

  1. Prepare the bed by tilling soil or digging to a depth of 8 to 12 inches.

  2. Follow soil test recommendations or broadcast lime evenly at the rate of one pound of lime per 110 square feet .Broadcast the lime evenly over the soil.

  3. Rake it into the top 2 inches of soil.

Follow soil test recommendations  broadcast lime at the rate of one pound of lime per 110 square feet .  Rake into top 3-4 inches of soil.

ALUMINUM SULPHATE WIll LOWER YOUR SOIL pH

If your soil test indicates your soil is too alkaline, applying Aluminum Sulphate will correct and lower pH for more acidity.  To apply aluminum sulfate 

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