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Old October 16, 2016   #16
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I think I agree with ilex on this one. First diagnose the plant. The effect of out-of-range pH should be poor nutrient uptake. If you don't see a nutrient deficiency, then you really don't have a problem.

Now, does that mean that growth will be optimal? No. But the man is dealing with a rental plot over which he has little control. Good growth and good yield will be good enough.
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