Use baking soda to check soil acidity.  Soil needs to be acidic for plants and vegetation to grow properly.  To check if your soil is acidic enough, mix 1/4 cup of baking soda with 2 cups of water then stir in 1 cup of soil.  If the mixture bubbles, then your soil is acidic enough {100+ Uses for Baking Soda}

Use baking soda to check soil acidity. Soil needs to be acidic for plants and vegetation to grow properly. To check if your soil is acidic enough, mix 1/4 cup of baking soda with 2 cups of water then stir in 1 cup of soil. If the mixture bubbles, then your soil is acidic enough {100+ Uses for Baking Soda}

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