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DO YOU NEED
TO HAVE YOUR
You probably already know the basics
of how to keep your grass and plants healthy.
The right balance of water and sunlight are
critical for plant growth.
At some point, you might notice that your
plants aren’t thriving even when you think
you’re doing everything right.
The Arizona climate can lead to changes
in your soil that affect plant health.
Dry weather can lead to salts building up
in the soil.
Heavy rains can cause runoff that leaches
nutrients away from your plants.
Figuring out what is wrong with your
landscape is often as simple as performing
a soil test that shows exactly what your
plants need to restore their health.
You’ll know it is time to do a soil test
if these signs ring true for your situation.
A NEW PROPERTY
Buying a new residential or commercial
property is exciting.
Many new property owners prefer to add
a few plants to the landscape.
Doing a soil test soon after you move in
gives you a better idea of how well the
plants will grow.
This also gives you the chance to add soil
amendments before you start putting new
plants in the ground.
A good rule of thumb is to conduct a soil
test every three to five years.
These regular tests can help you identify
any changes in the soil that tend
to happen over time.
Soil is constantly changing, and testing every
couple of years helps you fix issues earlier.
Making this part of your long-term
maintenance plan can save your plants from
experiencing major problems from poorly
YOU SEE SIGNS
OF PLANT DAMAGE
A struggling plant often gives clues about
what is wrong.
Plants that are in soil with high saline
levels will often show signs that are similar
Shriveled and yellow leave