Asked March 06, 2017, 12:21 PM EST
We received our soil test results last fall 2016. The results showed our Phospherous P was very high (100+), Potassium K (was also high 281), and our soil PH was about 6.7. Our garden performed well the first year (2015) after we added compost provided thru the city. Last year (2016) we added a small amount of oak leaf compost and had disease and insect issues. The garden performed very poorly...which is why we had the soil test done. Based on the test results, how can we get our garden soil back to healthy growing condition for the upcoming growing season?
We grow mostly tomatoes, peppers, beans, eggplant, onions, potatoes
Sherburne County Minnesota