Any ideas on how to increase soil pH?
After years of adding sulphur to our canola fertilizer blend for seeding the soil pH has depleted (6-6.5). Ideal levels are 7-7.5. Some farmers are adding gypsum but it’s expensive and need a floater to apply. Just curious if anyone is experiencing the same and any alternative remedies.
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