It doesn't matter how many nutrients your soil contains if it does not sit at the correct pH level because different nutrients become available at different pH levels. In alkaline soil, for example, the availability of iron and manganese drops, decreasing a plant's ability to metabolize its food properly. In acidic soil, a plant may have magnesium and calcium deficiencies, and manganese may become toxic to the plant.
Soil pH has a direct effect on the health of plants that grow in the soil, and it is a major factor in whether they thrive or whither. You can perform a soil test at home with orgakart’s simple kit.
The soil pH value is a measure of soil acidity or alkalinity. Soil pH directly affects nutrient availability. The pH scale with 7 as neutral. Numbers less than 7 indicate acidity while numbers greater than 7 indicate alkalinity.
The desirable pH range for optimum plant growth varies among crops. While some crops grow best in the 6.0 to 7.0 range, others grow well under slightly acidic conditions.
Orgakart offers high quality pH indicator paper with color scale. pH can be roughly measured from 1 to 11 with color indication, you can verify pH value by comparing it with pH color scale.
Analyzing the Soil pH is very important to ensure appropriate usage of corrective measures, irrigation needs to improve yield of the crop. The pH meter quickly provides the pH indicators of the soil sampled in adequate water. For this, we recommend to use pH neutral (distilled) water and then mix the soil sample in it. The pH paper then will indicate the pH which is for the soil.
In addition, to ensure periodically the pH of irrigation water and use appropriate correctors such as Ultra Corrector to adjust the required level of pH for the Crop.
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