same here, I never test or consider ph. My soil mix is just native clay, perlite, worm castings, seaweed, and neem meal. My whole method is to provide the minimum possible inputs for the plant to thrive on its own. simplicity and low labor input is really important in my grow because I'm disabled. I think organics are the easiest and most accessible method for growing.
clay is a great natural ph buffer, so I never need to worry about ph. it also has a high cation exchange capacity, meaning it can essentially hold onto available nutrients until the plant is ready to metabolize it, which means I never have any kind of burn. I mulch lightly and occasionally, alternating with worm castings, kelp meal, fresh chopped lemon balm and other herbs, and mushroom compost. All I have to do is water lightly every day, and occasionally spray some neem oil as preventative pest control and foliar feed.
I also absolutely love to see gardens where people apply their knowledge and all the available tools and testing to truly optimize their organic gardens to their maximum potential. The sky is the limit.
Sorry if this post got a little long, I am quite high haha