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You might not need to have a soil analysis done, if you've had it done recently or if you haven't noticed any significant turf performance problems. If initial signs of nutrient deficiency begin to appear, then you might consider having it done. If you've had a soil analysis performed in the last two years, you probably already know what factors might limit turfgrass performance, and you can take the appropriate steps.
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|