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Soil acidity, or its pH value, refers to the relative proportion of hydrogen (H+) ions and hydroxyl (OH-) ions in solution in the soil water. A low pH indicates a high concentration of H+ ions, and greater acidity, and conversely, a high pH indicates a low concentration of H+ ions, and lower acidity (higher alkalinity). A pH meter measures acidity on a logarithmic scale…

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