Thanks for posting. I know I'd seen one a long time ago, but couldn't remember what you all get on their tests. You can get a test with more data for less money at Midwest labs for anyone interested. They've got an S1A report that does all of the WI tests plus gives buffer pH and base saturation. Those are a big deal for me, and I think the most important pieces of data worth testing. Buffer pH tells you how much lime you need, and base saturation tells you what kind of lime to use.
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I get a different test from them, because I also want to see my sulfur levels. I test just before i put on my annual application of gypsum. I want to know that I've got enough to get me all the way through, so I don't get weak clover and touch off a grass invasion. The S1A test will get you everything on the top row, nothing on the bottom row.
These are my tests from this past summer. One is topsoil in my existing plot, another is subsoil I used to raise up a new portion of a plot. They are night and day difference in terms of soil composition. On the upper test soil, I use dolomitic pell lime. On the lower test soil, I only use gypsum. I'm happy with 6.3 and I don't want to add any magnesium. My topsoil is about 2 feet of fine sand. My subsoil is solid clay.
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