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Simply Soil Testing, 20312 Lafayette Rd, Burlington, WA 98233 Email: <br />Sample: 'Le Feber' <br />Customer:Gary Hayton Date received:12/02/22 <br />North Fork Nursery Inc Report date:12/09/22 <br />15751 Polson Rd Sample reference #:10809 <br />Mount Vernon, WA 98273 Plant code:69 - Native trees and plants <br /> Tests requested:Basic <br />RESULTS INTERPRETATION <br />Nutrient Level Low Medium High V High Result <br />Nitrogen (nitrate-N)33 ppm Very High <br />Phosphorus (P)98 ppm Very High <br />Potassium (K)311 ppm Very High <br />Calcium (Ca)2401 ppm Very High <br />Magnesium (Mg)343 ppm Very High <br />Boron (B)n/a n/a <br />Sulfur (S as SO4)n/a n/a <br />Organic Matter n/a n/a <br />Micronutrients Critical Range Result <br />Zinc n/a 0.4 - 0.7 ppm n/a <br />Manganese n/a 0.5 - 1.0 ppm n/a <br />Copper n/a 0.2 - 0.4 ppm n/a <br />Iron n/a 1.8 - 3.5 ppm n/a <br />pH and Lime Requirements <br /> Current pH = 7.23 (slightly too alkaline)Lime Recommendation <br />None required. <br />See the next page for information on lowering the soil pH. <br /> Optimal pH range: 5.4 - 6.8 <br />Fertilizer Recommendations <br />Nutrient Weight / 1000 sq ft Nutrient Weight / 1000 sq ft <br />Nitrogen 1.6 lbs (70 lbs/acre)Boron (B)n/a <br />P (as phosphate)none required Sulfur (S)n/a <br />K (as potash)none required Iron (Fe)n/a <br />Calcium none required Manganese (Mn)n/a <br />Magnesium none required Copper (Cu)n/a <br />Zinc (Zn)n/a <br />N-P-K Fertilizer Options <br />Ammonium sulfate - 8 lbs/1000sf <br />Calcium nitrate - 11 lbs/1000sf <br />Lilly Miller 21-0-0 (Home Depot) - 8 lbs/1000sf <br />Urea - 3.5 lbs/1000sf <br />Scott's Organic Choice - 15 lbs/1000sf <br />Analytical <br />Results <br />Simply Soil <br />Testing <br />A fertilizer with N, P and K in the proportions 20:0:0 is recommended (8 lbs/1000 sq ft). Phosphorus and <br />potassium are already present at high levels. Only a standard annual application of nitrogen is recommended. <br />Below are some nitrogen-containing fertilizer options, along with the quantity needed. Due to the current high <br />level of nitrogen, you may wait 3 - 6 months before the next nitrogen application. <br />3 4 5 6 7 8 9 <br />Acidic Alkaline