The form for the test can be found here: http://www.umass.edu/soiltest/
Every thing looks good for the perennial bed, but the vegetable garden needs some adjustment. The report said the soil pH is 6.1 and that I should add dolomitic (magnesium rich) limestone - which I did this weekend. The report says to add the lime as early as possible prior to planting. Planting is still 2 months away.
I used 45 lbs., or 15 lbs. per 100 sq. ft. My plot is roughly 300 sq. ft. I poured the rest of the 50 lb. bag into the other bed, which is 32 sq. ft.
I also need to add about 15 lbs. of 5-10-10 fertilizer to the large vegetable bed, and 4.8 lbs to all the smaller beds. I can also use this for annual flowers and roses. See the report for details. Should be done in early spring... now.
4/19/13 - UPDATE
I bought a 5-10-10 that was recommended at Sixteen Acres Garden Center, but when I got it home and started to apply it, I read on the bag that it possibly causes cancer, as well as birth defects - in the state of California! Well, I guess it would cause those problems here in the state of Massachusetts, too! So I decided not to use it and look for some organic sources of nutrients, instead. One thing we learned again and again in WMMGA - READ THE LABEL!! I guess I need work on this.
Anyway, the soil report said to add 1 bushel of manure per 100 square feet. My large garden is 300 sq. ft., and the smaller gardens add up to almost 200 sq. ft. It turns out that a bushel of manure weighs roughly 75 pounds. So off to Home Depot I go, and bought 12 25-lb bags of the stuff. Again - READ THE LABEL!!! When I got home, I discovered that only have of the material in the bag was actually manure. The other 49% was peat moss, etc. I used it anyway.
I also added blood meal (nitrogen), bone meal (phosphorus) and wood ash (potassium). I used the recommendations on the UMass soil report.
I spent the last 2 days finishing the large garden bed. I still have the smaller ones to do. I'm taking a break because my back is breaking.