Hey backerayla - Soils west of the Cascades are generally acidic. Here is a ball-park estimate for lime application:
"Vegetable gardeners do need to add lime to their soils because these pH levels are seldom naturally present in the maritime Northwest. The exact amount of lime to add depends on the pH of the soil. A rough estimate for a garden that hasn't been previously limed would be: per 100 square feet of garden: sandy soil, 4 pounds every 2 years; loamy soil, 6 pounds every 2 years; clay soil, 8 pounds every 3 years. Dolomite lime is most often used because it supplies magnesium as well as calcium. Add it in late fall after crops are harvested to prepare soil for planting the following spring.
I'm in a similar boat...this is my first year getting a lab test. Check out the University of Massachusetts, their Standard Test beats anything I could find locally. Just sent my soil in a couple days ago.
And if you haven't yet, read "Growing Vegetables West of the Cascades" by Steve Solomon.
Best of luck!
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