Too alkaline pH correction

Agriculture and soil. Pollution control, soil remediation, humus and new agricultural techniques.
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Too alkaline pH correction




by newman » 16/12/21, 12:00

Hello,

I read the book "Réussir son PP" and I am convinced of the interest of the method. Didier offers native sulfur to slowly correct the pH of too alkaline soil. Does someone have experience and can concretely explain to me how to proceed? I have about 50 m2 to correct. I am in the north of Nièvre on clay-silt-sandy soil. 32.9% clay 35% silt 30% sand. the soil is very chalky. the pH tested in the lab is: water pH 8.3; pH KCI 7.8.

Thank you in advance,

Newman
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