# Fix pH Value ongoing with right plant

I am a very beginning in planting three.

I sent a ground sample for analysis and one of the results is the pH value of

pH 6.2 in water solution and
pH 4.75 in KCl solution.

I am planning to seed walnut tree which likes most alkaline ground rather than acidic.

One of the solutions for fixing Ph value is to put limestone in the ground but this needs at least 2 years to finish part of the process and also can affect microelements in the ground like Iron or Boron.

I would like to ask if there is some plant that can make ground alkaline and also Walnut friendly.

Or in other words, is there a combination of plants with Walnut that can help each other to use the best from the ground without artificial ground fixing?

• It might be better to ask this question on SE Gardening & Landscaping. There I found this question, Is it possible to modify soil pH with plants?
– Fred
Jul 19 '20 at 13:43
• all you need to do is to mix in some limestone into the soil you plant the tree in,trees grow so slowly that you will have plenty of time to add limestone as the tree grows,limestone dissolves fast when the soil is acidic and you do not need to make the soil alcaline before you plant your tree,your tree wil grow fine in neutralized soil. Jul 20 '20 at 10:15