Soil Test Results...Finally...help interpret please
So I finally got my soil test results back. I know I should have done this before, but I didn't, because I didn't know about it until after the fact.
The extension that interpreted the results for me were a little vague and was wondering if someone else had an opinion on what I could do.
For being in northeast Wisconsin, my soil seems to be unusually alkaline. Should I use elemental sulfur or aluminum sulfate to help lower the pH? Or, do I not know what the heck I'm talking about???? I've attached the results with numbers but here is a quick snapshot.
Phosphorus: 79 ppm
Potassium: 123 ppm
Organic Matter: 2.2%
Soluble Salts: 24 dS/m
The test was done in my backyard with clay soil. If anyone has any suggestions going forward before ol' man winter comes, I would appreciate it. Thanks.
This post was edited by humdogj on Fri, Sep 13, 13 at 14:44