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pH level measurements can be done directly in your plants' soil

Plant growth depends on the pH level of the soil

Soil pH is a measurement of the alkalinity or acidity of the soil. The soil pH range is measured on a scale of 1 to14 with 7 as the neutral mark, anything below 7 is considered acidic soil and anything above 7 is considered alkaline soils. pH plays a very important role in determining the solubility of plant nutrients regarding pot plants, plants in your garden and vegetable garden, and your lawn. Most plants will be growing best at slightly acidic condition, pH around 5.5-6.5. Beside the direct effect of pH on the plant growth, pH may also influence the microbes in the soil The middle of the range on the soil pH scale (7.0) is the best range for bacterial growth in the soils that promote decomposition. The decomposition process releases nutrients and minerals into the soils home of your plants making them available for the plants use. The mid range is also perfect for micro-organisms that convert the nitrogen in the air into a form which the plants can readily use. If you need to adjust the pH level, you can buy different products, available in garden centers.

You can easily measure pH in soil with the following product.

4 in 1 pH meter - measures pH level, humidity, temperature and light intensity



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