Isn't a crazy thing feeding the soil with iron putting a rusty screw or a hammer inside it? Is it a good way to improve the percentage of iron in the soil? Is it a traditional way to do it? Isn't it odd?
It is a puzzler, isn't it? My garden's PH is 7.2, but you are right, normally Wyoming soil is much higher. Truth be told, in theory, a rusty nail seems right. I was pretty surprised to hear the analysist tell me that I was wrong.Stella, I'm pretty sure you said in your area, pH is high. In my area, you always need yearly application of lime to raise pH for optimum plant growth. Maybe that would make a difference for garden soil?