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Our Latest Blog Posts on Soil
The Ultimate Guide to Soil Properties
June 15, 2018
Good news! Tap Score’s Home Soil Test has arrived! In our effort to inform you of the health of your everyday environment, we’re offering easy access to state-of-the-art soil testing for plant lovers, casual gardeners, and professional growers who want to maximize the full potential of their garden, potted plants, lawn, or farm. Not only does our new Home Soil Test tell you about the key indicators and nutrients in your soil, it also reports contaminants like lead and cadmium. What is soil health? Get the basics in our handy guide. Read Full Article
Should You Add Lime to Your Soil?
May 31, 2018
All dirt is not created equal. Some soil needs a little help. Amendments are a great way to boost your soil’s health, which can in turn lead to healthier plants. This is where lime comes into play. And no, we're not talking about fruit! Lime amendments can help manage your soil's acidity and the health of your plants, flowers, and vegetables. Read Full Article
Healthy Soil: Arsenic and Your Plants
May 21, 2018
In our second installment of The Dirt on Soil, we take a look at arsenic-contaminated soil. This guide explains how people get exposed to arsenic in soil, what arsenic means for your plant’s health, how to test for arsenic, and what to do about it. Read Full Article