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Testing your gardening soil is the best way to test the nutrient availability in the soil. In today’s video we will show you how to easily test your garden soil using a soil test kit. Product: http://amzn.to/1VuHoSM Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to Fill the Reservoir, Add Nutrients, & Test pH in Your Tower Garden®: Setup InstructionsGrowex – Coco Coir Substrate – Hydroponics Organic & Soil Gardening – Canna Nutrients Coco.Hydroponic LED Test GardenHow to use the pH test KitpH Test for Tower Garden Hydroponic SystemHydroponic Tomato Taste Test

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19 Comments

  • Lucy Challender 1 year ago

    great video! I just ordered from the link you provided. it's the second time I have ordered from your links, thank you!

  • Emily BH 1 year ago

    Thanks. Mosser Lee should link to your video because they have no instructions for their soil test kit on their site, if you can believe it. All they do is provide tips and say to "follow the instructions" [which come with the kit]. Well I opened my kit ages ago and misplaced the instructions. So their website was no help. Your video helped a lot though.

  • Gloworm Sparkle far 1 year ago

    this was awesome, I love all the info

  • arya mala 1 year ago

    ಬೆಂಗಳೂರಿನವರಿಗೆ ಸಹಾಯವಾಗುವಂತೆ ಇರು ವ ವಿಚಾರಗಳ ವಿವರಣೆ ಇದ್ದರೆ ಕೈ ತೋಟ ಮಾಡಿ ಕೊಳ್ಳ ಲು ಸಹಾಯ ವಾಗುತ್ತ ದೆ

  • Lynn Eddy 1 year ago

    One question – is too much potassium bad for my garden?

  • Lynn Eddy 1 year ago

    Thank you so much for this video! Finding out that my soil was nitrogen deficient has made a HUGE difference in my garden. I had purchased a mix of 1/3 compost, peat and vermiculite, planted seeds and a few plants but nothing did well. Very discouraging! Now I've added blood meal to my soil and it's made a big difference. I'm looking forward to my winter garden. Thanks again.

  • LCJ farms 1 year ago

    very interesting video

  • deuce1349 1 year ago

    Thanks again CG. I have had some problems last spring. It is time to plant again here in FL and I will be using this soil test to help me. I have learned a lot from you and you are saving me from the trial and error method of gardening. I will purchase the test and find out what to do. Thanks again. Deuce

  • Jmichelle A 1 year ago

    Thanks for making this video! Your instruction and explanations are easy to understand. I've considered conducting a soil test but I thought that it would be to complex, so I just add fertilizer and hope for the best. Conducting a soil test will definitely help me make the most of my garden. Great video.

  • Eric Glass 1 year ago

    Thank you for the information.

  • wonderlucha 1 year ago

    I think the best part of all your videos is that you allow us (your viewers) see that gardening isn't as hard as others make it out to be. You really simplify it and explain it in a way that we can understand. Thank you once again Charlie for these great and INFORMATIVE videos. Oh….did I tell you that I'm turning my front yard into a vegetable garden? I'm so excited.

  • Dan Rhomberg 1 year ago

    AMAZING video! Thank you CA! Added to favorites…Soil samples have always intimidated me(needlessly) just for the reason once tested, what next? Perfect solutions to just get in there and do it all in one short video….Thank you again Sir!

  • hotxusa 1 year ago

    very good info, never done a soil test but will order a test kit & see what I've got

  • Ramanathan Kartik 1 year ago

    Great video, valuable insights on NPK component

  • Marina Wilson 1 year ago

    I've never tested my soil but intend to this year as I want to start growing asparagus so I need to make sure the bed is full of the nutrients it needs. Thanks for your advice, so useful.

  • zone 10 vegetable gardening 1 year ago

    I have to admit I keep an eye on my Ph but not my nutrients. The video does make it look easy to do those tests so I'll give it a shot and see. Always good to see a tutorial from you. Go well friend.

  • Sheri Karanasos 1 year ago

    I actually just watch a lot of videos and look for signs of deficiency. I also have to use raised beds and containers because I live in a area where there is arsenic in the soil. I had it tested and it is not high enough for the city to replace, darn, so I am just careful and go organic for as much gardening as I can. Your videos are very helpful and I love to watch them. Thank you.

  • Patrick Meehan 1 year ago

    Thanks for sharing that useful information

  • Scotty Brunton 1 year ago

    I add organic material and hope. But after watching this video, you have made testing the soil not as intimidating. I will try testing to see if I can have a better garden! I also added your video to my "watch later" file so I can watch it again if necessary. Thank you for a great tutorial. Also thank you for letting it slip that we can get the test kit on Amazon.