soil test arrived too late - blueberries
Unfortunately the NC State ag lab was a little off on their turn-around-time for my soil test results. My blueberries arrived before the soil test results came in. So I went ahead and planted the blueberries in mounds using a mixture of 2/3 peat moss and ground pine bark fines and 1/3 of the native soil. A half shovel of well composted chicken poo was added to the whole wheelbarrow mixture for each plant before I dumped it and built the mound.
Now to the soil test results, which were random samples taken between each spot where the blueberries were planted:
My question is, should I water them for a while with an acidic solution made with water and elemental sulfur, or do you think the mixture of peat moss, bark fines, etc. will be sufficient?