NCDA&CS Provides Guidance on Using Past Soil Test Results to Determine Needs This Year

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The N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services’ Agronomic Services Division is not currently accepting soil samples for lawns and home gardens. This is a temporary provision while the testing lab operates with limited staffing.
However, the Soils Lab has provided advice on how to use soil test recommendations from previous years to guide fertilizer and lime applications this spring.
See this press release from NCDA&CS for guidance.
Tips for Finding Past Reports – From the Extension Master Gardener℠ program of Wilkes County
“To search for reports, visit PALS and enter your last name only in the box. A dropdown menu will appear with names and addresses in alphabetical order. Find yours and select it, then click on Search. This will show the results for reports issued from 2019-2020. To extend the search back to reports issues from 2017-2020, click on the caret (downward-facing arrowhead) on the right side of the From: box and select 2017, then hit the enter key to refresh the findings. (NOTE: You must search for your name first, then you will get the option to extend the date range).”