Hey everyone! I just fixed up my soil today (I pretty much just removed all of it and put in some nice potting soil), and did a cheap, at home soil test. My pH is at about 7.0, Nitrogen about 160 lbs/acre(medium), Phosphorous about 20 lbs/acre(medium), and Potassium about 40 lbs/acre(low).
I was able to find the ideal pH levels for all the plants on my list, but I cannot seem to find any suggestions for ideal Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Potassium levels for different plants. For example, what is a proper range of Nitrogen levels to grow tomatoes in? Then, for example, if tomatoes require 300 lbs/acre of Nitrogen I know that I need to find a high Nitrogen level fertilizer. I know that this changes throughout the growing season, so any information regarding this would also be appreciated.
Anyways, here is my list of plants that I'm planning to grow this year:
Carrots, chamomile, celery, cilantro, cucumber, peas, pumpkins, spinach, tomatoes
Any advice would be super appreciated! Thank you so much.