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Ask a Master Gardener: Why you should test garden soils

WHEN COLLECTING A soil sample, dig down to 6 to 8 inches deep in each location, and then combine all the samples in a clean container, removing any pebbles, roots or other debris.  Photo / Lisa Fotios/Pexels

Whether you are new to gardening, or have been growing your own vegetables for years, you probably understand the importance of getting your soil tested for nutrient levels and soil pH.

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