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FAQ > General Information > What is Soil pH, and Why Does it Matter?

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pH is the measure of alkalinity or acid in your soil, and it’s important because it affects how your plants take up nutrients. The value of pH is measured in numerical terms with 7 being neutral, 0-7 acidic, and 7-14 falling in the Alkaline range. Most vegetables prefer a slightly acidic pH around 6.5

Last updated on November 23, 2011 by Matthew Kokenes