Hi, Curious as to whether, in the case of adjusting PH, one first waters with uncorrected water - call it water measured in the low 5 PH - meter the runoff out of the pot, and from that measurement correct the water for the next watering? Example: uncorrected water gets a PH reading after pot flow through in the low/high range - then the next step is to adjust that water up or down appropriately for the next watering? OR Correct the water first up into say, the high 6 neighborhood, water, meter runoff, and THEN readjust the water whichever way for the next watering? From what I've been reading, it seems that the idea is to get the uncorrected runoff first and adjust the water accordingly for the next watering but I wanted to check to see if I'm misinterpreting. Also, I've scoured this site for baking soda proportions per gallon for raising PH but all I've seen are things like "just a pinch" or "very little." Anyone have some insight and some experience with amount values on this? Finally, lime - mix with water (towards adjusting its PH up) or top dress, water with corrected or uncorrected water, measure PH, and adjust accordingly? Thanks!