Determining the pH Level of your Food Plot is one of the most important steps in planting a food plot and will directly affect the success and forage production of each food plot. A pH of 7.0 is neutral, while a pH below 7.0, such as 5.0 or 6.0 is acidic. The pH Level will determine the amount of nutrients/fertilizer your plants can absorb. Soil with a pH of 7.0 will absorb 100% of the available nutrients, whereas soil with a pH of 5.0 will only absorb 50% of the available nutrients. This simple Do-It-Yourself Kit will walk you through the basics of testing your pH and can test up to 4 separate food plot locations.
4 pH Test Strips Included
Includes instructions on post-test Lime Applications
Get results in 20 minutes or less!
Tools needed….”Solo” Cup, Distilled Water, Soil from several locations in your food plot
This is the first and perhaps most important step to creating those “Made-for-TV” Food Plots we all dream about!