Answer: It's great you're doing a soil test. That's a good place to start. You'll need to boost your potassium and nitrogen levels by adding compost or composted manures to your garden this spring. A 2" to 3" deep layer over the whole garden and till it in. This should help. Also, add greensand or Muriate of potash to elevate the potasium levels. When you plant your vegetables add some cottonseed meal or blood meal to help with the nitrogen levels. Sidedress the nitrogen fertilizer (about one handful per transplant) again at flowering. This is important for the tomatoes, peppers, cauliflower, broccoli and cucumbers. The peas and beans don't need extra nitrogen and the carrots and radishes will love the potassium fertilizer. Your pH at 7.0 is a bithigh, but okay for Ohio. I hope this helps.
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