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Re: soil types and pH

I have no idea about the pH of my soil.  I do know, however, that unless a 
plant requires an alkaline soil it will grow in my yard.  There has been a house 
on this site for almost 200 years, and the soil is black and looks like 
coffee grounds in my back yard -- probably because of all the leaves that are left 
every year.  I also know it is acid because of all the oaks, pines and red 
cedars that abound.  When I add extra fertilizer during the year the plants 
become quite scary. In other words, I have no complaints.
zone 7
West TN

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