Acidic soil for coffee plants. - Knowledgebase Question

Panama City, Fl
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Question by sweetsuepar
May 25, 2009
I have 2 small coffee plants and the instructions say they like acidic soil? I have looked on every bag of fertilizer and cannot find acidic soil. How do I make it? Sue Parker

Answer from NGA
May 25, 2009
You can amend the soil with peat moss or composted oak leaves prior to planting acid-loving plants, and feed with an acidified fertilizer such as Miracid. If you are keeping them in containers, choose a potting soil with peatmoss or mix some additional peat moss into the potting soil prior to using it. Hope this clarifies things for you.

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