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The factors which affect soil pH levels are the amount of rainfall, the amount of plants and the number of soil organisms.

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Where can one buy a soil pH meter?

Soil PH meters are used to determine how acidic or alkaline the soil in your garden or yard is. A good PH meter can be purchased at Home Depot, Lowes or Canadian Tire.


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