Last spring, we applied lime to most of our food plots based on previous soil test results. We retested two weeks ago to see how things look now. They're looking a lot better, but there was one confusing piece of information. Two plots a few hundred yards apart both tested at a pH of 6.3. One plot called for more lime while the other didn't. I reached back out to Penn State for clarification, but was curious if anyone here has any thoughts. Both tests listed "wildlife food plot" as the crop, so the recommendations should be the same. Why does one plot call for more lime, while the other doesn't?