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Once again let me say what a great group you are.  Thank each of you for the 
help offered about my soil.  All of the information together is very helpful 
and makes me feel better.  The first indication that I had that something 
might be wrong was that a few of the older plants begin to show what I 
thought to be an iron deficiency.  I checked the pH in many areas and found 
it to be around 5.5 up or down a little.  Today I received a tool that is 
supposed to check the fertilizer so will start on that tomorrow.  I already 
have the boxes for some soil samples but wanted to do something before I can 
get the results back from that.
Again thanks, 
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