How to naturally bring my soil pH down a smidgen?
My soil test results came back, and everything is fine except it's recommended that I add sulfur or gypsum to bring my 6.6 pH soil down to between 6.0-6.5! LOL! And of course, basic fertilizers to supply what the plants use.
What can I do without buying something? Or do I even need to bother? I don't think anything in my vegetable garden will fail with a 6.6 pH instead of 6.5, will it? I'm chuckling, but if it makes a difference, I'll do whatever is recommended...
Interesting, calcium and zinc were both about 125% higher than what's needed, so I guess I don't have to worry about a calcium shortage causing BER in the tomatoes. And I've no idea where the zinc came from.