From the Soil and Plant Tissue Testing Lab at the University Of Massachusetts:
Nutrient Levels: PPM (parts per million/ parts per milligram per kilogram)
Phosphorus (P) 105
Potassium (K) 282
Calcium (Ca) 4263
Magnesium (Mg) 303
Extracted Lead (PB) 34 PPM Estimated Total Lead is 443
“THE LEAD LEVEL IN THIS SOIL IS IN THE LOW RANGE.
READ THE ENCLOSED INFORMATION ABOUT LEAD IN THE SOIL.
FOLLOW THE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR LOW LEAD LEVELS.”
According to UMASS I have high levels of nutrients and really should lay off the compost….. Anyone need compost? Trade you for nutrient low peat moss. The pH levels are outta wack, apparently they are too high.
Despite all your fears and concerns my front yard, my urban front yard has low levels of lead. It has less than 43 ppm and less than 500 ppm estimated total lead. High would be greater than 480 ppm and and estimated total lead ppm of 3000+, according to the accompanying materials the soil lab supplied. Also according to the materials lead is naturally present in soil in the range of 15-40 ppm. My soil falls within the natural range.