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Old April 15, 2017   #3
brownrexx
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I don't see why you would recommend adding 5-10-10 when the Phosphorus and Potassium are already high and in the problem zone according to the soil test report.

Why would you want to add MORE Phosphorus and Potassium?

I would add nothing except possibly a nitrogen source like blood or feather meal. I think that non organic gardeners use Urea for nitrogen .

I myself would not even add gypsum as your calcium level is close to adequate and there is probably a good bit still in the organic matter that is not broken down yet. You have a nice high level of organic matter. It is a new garden soil and has not equalized yet.

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