Question by  Liz59 (10966)

What is the right ph levels of your soil for vegetables?


Answer by  saveriorocca (71)

Many vegetables like a slightly acidic soil with a ph of around 6-7. However, in general, if the soil is within the range 6-8 most should grow well.


Answer by  emn2293 (101)

Most vegetables prefer an acidic ph between 5 and 7. Soil acidity can be altered, for example, by adding swadust or other tree products to the soil. Never fertilize vegetables with ash from your woodstove or fireplace because it will make the soil very basic. Its like pouring Drain-O on your plants.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

Vegetables need different levels of soil PH to grow and be healthy Some things require almost no ph in the soil to grow and others need alot somethings will be a different color if the ph is wrong but are perfectly fine for human consumption other things are not it just all depends on what it is.


Answer by  Kate12199 (25)

Most vegetables require a healthy balance of of ph between 6. 0 and 7. 5. It does vary depending on the type of vegetables you plan to grow.

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