onnelly6b and @GrassDaddy
Thank you both for taking the time to reply.
I have concerns about Soil Savvy, The overall accuracy of their reported values. That pH can vary by about .5 of a unit, Whether or not their results are repeatable and regarding recommendations, I suspect the test has not been properly calibrated.
jconnelly's report, they recommend 2.75 lbs of 21-0-0.
That would be just under 0.6 lbs of N. That would be fine for a single application, but light, and very, very light if it was divided into multiple apps, So it must be for a single app, That leads me to believe that either a new test would be needed before making the next app. (expensive)or maybe the 2.75 is meant to be applied every time you fertilize for the season.
I began searching the internet to see if I could find other examples and an answer. I found the following youtube video which is why I asked my prior question about instructions.
In that person's report, Soil Savvy recommends 7.25 lbs/M of 0-0-60 or 8.75 lbs/M of 0-0-50. That's a lot of K. Is that for one application? Is he to apply that amount more than once? I would hope not as It's at the top end of what would normally be recommended for a whole season. If you think I'm overly critical and "tend to get super hardcore". Ask @Mightyquinn
what he thinks about that amount of K for a single application.