3 DIY Garden Soil Tests
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Trust me, you want to be that gardener who understands and knows their soil. This knowledge will help you become a better and more successful gardener. I found these three simple diy garden soil tests, online today.

They are very simple tests, that can be done with stuff you have lying around the home. You can even do these with your kids, for a nice family activity. Save yourself some money, you don’t need to buy soil tests anymore.

3  DIY Garden Soil Tests

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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • dry garden soil
  • mason jar
  • dish soap
  • shovel
  • vinegar
  • baking soda
  • teaspoon
  • paper towel

There are 3 soil tests that you can do. The jar test will tell you what type of soil you have in your garden. The best type of soil to have is one that has equal parts sand and silt with a thin layer of clay and some organic stuff floating on top.

The earthworm test will help you determine how your soil is doing. The PH test tells you whether your soil is acidic or alkaline. Vinegar is used to test for alkaline soil and baking soda for acidic soil.

You can follow step by step instructions on Cultivators Corner blog, here…

3 DIY Garden Soil Tests

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