What stands out to me is the ERGS (soil energy) is low while the ORP (chemical reactions) are on par ..... just need more micro life. Humus is added from plant decomp directly in the soil so nothing to buy there. though the rest can get pricey for the tiny amounts needed like
Per 10 gallons (~1 cubic foot)
22gr Calcium Carbonate (limestone chalk)
1.6 oz Soft rock Phosphate (Calphos)
Most of these run ~18.00 per lb though have plenty that I can send to you if you choose to mix it yourself.
I'd have to spend more time going over the amounts needed for everything else....
Ammonium sulphate = soil acidifier
Potassium sulphate = sulfate of potash
Sea solids = Sea-90
Transplant formula = microbes and trace minerals....best used at planting/transplant
TMB = rock powder though I forget which one
Geo-Cal = Calcium alginate reduces crusting and promotes ammonium uptake
Having them mix the needed amounts is easier and they give a printout of what they used as well as amounts. Its a $50.00 mixing fee plus pennies on the dollar of what they used....this is the better deal unless your like me and frequently remix soil indoors for outdoor trenches
IIRC, they charged 20.00 for Calmag plus for a quart which I was happy with though the $15.00 for a quart of Inferno is not as all it is, is liquid fish....can get a gallon of it for the same price or just make my own after fishing season
When they say salts its all the nutrients that aren't liquid.... their main focus is minerals and their breakdown which affects soil salinity and the symbiotic relationship with microbes....nutrient water is added -> water carries salts to the root zone -> water evaporates and leaves the salts behind.
In pots, we flush excess nutrients out whereas in the ground, we saturate the soil to carry the salts past the plants root zone