09898debea367c20e948c5fbcd928e3f.jpg
d8af26423546cf683c5922758ae0669d.jpg
41eea2e4bda1d0865a1abfb023c9911f.jpg
f1a2abe0ba05d5dd36a038f0365a7f7e.jpg
8bd077d7f415490731c83b1f35cedd9e.jpg
53251ce1dbc50fd9f986735204602399.jpg
3baf448f66dad45f84e903ba294e31e0.jpg
93857129740923497e778b404154499c.jpg
6d94e966387c4a3a4e4e04ee01806a2f.jpg
44bf9eb752fe0a785397224136a8e9b7.jpg
3507d5c3a9d1bb9031febb462f120e36.jpg
0f071a99f311f38e21f4bff3e980adc7.jpg
ae4a5d62904b8c0eed276c6785b1d076.jpg
acaac641b820d83811a8bfca66174f70.jpg
59ea9e03baeb8c2e8d4ffa3fb1b7b7ce.jpg
1c563a9e851d3bfce2267b23d7ac338a.jpg
1cd22f410acae55a167604250fb947c6.jpg
cb76607d3e862e819fcf78d5787955e0.jpg
483dabf5ab549370d60cbbbf24501fb2.jpg
f6c8f182db7f96ba518084e296aa5634.jpg
4b5730a4cded01781ce4ea391290073f.jpg
87f18a3ce28b73ac5840ddd3ff92836f.jpg
f2ee3a92df0ea7d4f5777a8f3cd102c5.jpg
730cc4509241502f89afed5068c967f2.jpg

Our Products: Agricultural Sweet Soil

 

Soil pH is a measure of the acidity or basicity in soils.

PH is defined as the negative logarithm (base 10) of the activity of hydronium ions in a solution. It ranges from 0 to 14, with 7 being neutral. A pH below 7 is acidic and above 7 is basic. Soil pH is considered a master variable in soils as it controls many chemical processes that take place. It specifically affects plant nutrient availability by controlling the chemical forms of the nutrient. The optimum pH range for most plants is between 5.5 and 7.0,[1] however many plants have adapted to thrive at pH values outside this range.

 

Interpretation of Soil pH

Soil Unit Very Low Low Moderate High Very High
 pH    < 4.5  4.5-6.0  6.0-7.0  7.0-8.3  > 8.3

 

Interpretation of soil Electrical Conductivity

 Rating Satured Paste ECe (mS/cm)
Low (Non - Saline) 0.0 - 2.0
Low (Slightly Saline) 2.1 - 4.0
Medium (Moderately Saline) 4.01 - 8.0
High (Strongly Saline) 8.01 - 16.0
Very High (Very Strongly Saline) > 16.0