Can anyone reccommend a good place for a soil test that is not too technical? I had one done a few years back from Michigan State but didn't understand exactly how to ammend my soil according to their diagnosis. Also, when is the best time of year to have your soil tested? I live in SW Ohio. Lastly, a stupid question, but is there any way testers can predict if you will have blight problems with a soil test? I've done EVERYTHING suggested on this forum and I have different blights on over half of my 62 mostly heirloom plants now for the 3rd year in a row.