- Oct 19, 2015
I'd just pick up a ph product like Mad Farmer Get Down and handwater. You mix it in with water, like in a home depot bucket or something, test to make sure it's the ph you want (ph pen is best, but you can get the test strips instead) and then water. If your sprinklers are doing all the watering, then this isn't the answer you were looking for, and it's not a permanent fix unless you hand water year round. It might be worth it just for the months where the plant develops fruit, then it can deal with shit ph the rest of the year.It has a very neutral/bland taste when eaten alone. Not something I would do just bc there are 1,000 better fruits.
Yes it's the one you describe and my god damn soil is too alkaline. I need 4.5-5.5 and I'm running fucking 7.5.