Soil Test Resources

Recently we had our soil tested by the Kentville Agricultural Centre (between New Minas and Kentville on Route 1), and in interpreting the results we were given a number of resources for interpreting soil test results. Alex put us on to the MOFGA Guide (in addition to offering a number of suggestions himself) and suggested we share it with our test results as an example of the importance of soil health in gardening. So! Here’s the resources, and thanks again to Alex for sending them our way:

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