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“Very high phorphorous

Zone Bryan, Texas 77808 | rnjoconnor added on January 27, 2018 | Answered

My garden soil test returned a PH of 6.9 with normal nitrogen and other minerals. The phosphorous level however was off the high scale. What can I plant or do to lower this level. Rodney

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MichiganDot
Answered on January 27, 2018

First thing is to stop using all-purpose fertilizers, bone meal, superphosphate or other additives with a high middle number in NPK. Here is a helpful document on all things phosphorus in soil. I think it will answer your questions.
http://soiltesting.tamu.edu/publications/E-465.pdf

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