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Old May 22, 2017   #10
PaulF
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I test on an every other or every third year and do mine in the fall to prepare for the next spring and summer. Nebraska's County Extension stopped doing their own soil testing a few years back so we use Mid-West Labs in Omaha. $10 plus $2 shipping with a couple weeks turn-around. I think I know my soil but better to really know than think I know. My main concern is pH, organics and N levels and keeping it all in balance.
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