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Digital 3-Way Soil Analyzer

  • 4 Stars
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# D1835
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Weight: 0.40 lbs

Winner of the 2013 Green Thumb Award!The Digital 3-way Soil Analyzer was selected as one of the 10 best new gardening items for 2013 by the Direct Gardening Association.

Winners of the 2013 Green Thumb Award were chosen by an independent panel of garden writers and editors. The products were selected based on their uniqueness, technological innovation, ability to solve a gardening problem or provide a gardening opportunity, and potential appeal to gardeners.The Luster Leaf Rapitest 1835 digital 3-way soil analyzer will help you get the proper readings for pH, fertility and temperature. With just a couple touches to the digital analyzer you will have your information for optimal plant growth. This amazing analyzer will help you see where fertility levels are; it has a quick and easy-to-read fertility meter that reads the combined levels of nitrogen, phosphorus and potash to determine proper health, growth and productivity for your plants.This analyzer also has a test feature for soil temperature and pH levels. Ship wt .5 lb.


  • Probe is 6 & 1/2" long
  • Poly housing is 4 & 1/4" x 2 & 1/2"
  • Probe cord stretches to approx 32"
  • Uses three LR44 button cell batteries, included (like calculator batteries)

Product Features

  • Switch on the side of the housing changes it from pH, fertility, and temperature



Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)

4 Stars

Now it works wrote

When I got the analyzer it had the batteries installed which I thought was odd, I figured I probably got a return. It didn't work, I checked the batteries since I didn't know how long they had been in the unit. two of the three were a little low but the third the polarity was reversed, huh? How does that happen? I checked it twice. I put in fresh batteries and the unit worked fine. So if you get one that doesn't work like some others have commented, check the batteries.

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