Running a Little Behind on Soil Test Interpretations

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andy10917
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Running a Little Behind on Soil Test Interpretations

Post by andy10917 » March 25th, 2020, 10:56 pm

With apologies to those affected, I'm running a few days behind on Soil Test Interpretations. The spouse exits Full Quarantine tomorrow night, and gets upgraded to lower-risk-but-keep-your-distance. Keeping the house operating, having food to eat, and talking to disembodied voices for 8 hrs a day takes its toll.

And while some here may be surprised by this, I like the wife a lot more than I like reading soil tests...

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Re: Running a Little Behind on Soil Test Interpretations

Post by northeastlawn » March 26th, 2020, 1:35 pm

Thanks for keeping it going with everything going on and stay safe, hope everything is well with your family.

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Re: Running a Little Behind on Soil Test Interpretations

Post by andy10917 » March 28th, 2020, 12:43 pm

We are back to Current, and there is no waiting.

Thanks all for your patience.

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Re: Running a Little Behind on Soil Test Interpretations

Post by ken-n-nancy » April 3rd, 2020, 11:24 am

Thanks, Andy, for the valuable service you provide with free soil test interpretations for us lawn hobbyists, tailored for lawns, rather than the "boilerplate" recommendations provided by the testing companies. This is a huge asset to the community, of which I'm thankful!

Stay well!

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