Planting where you burned a large brush pile
There is a very large brush pile where I plan to expand my pawpaw planting. I had hoped to burn it during snow cover this past winter, but it never happened, so I will burn during the next rainy day. I am wondering what problems the remnants in the soil from this burning may present to my planting. Will I have any problems planting there? Do you think it will raise the pH to a high level? Pawpaws like low pH. Should I spring for a soil test, or perhaps just spread some sulfur to low pH?