What else should I be looking for in a soil test that shows plenty of calcium when some plants do show Ca deficiency?
The test results also give "excess lime results as - HIGH ", so the soil has plenty of calcium. Root hairs can generate enzymes and " other stuff" as necessary to solubilize elements that are needed. Elements that regular chemistry indicates are relatively insoluble. So there is plenty of calcium available to the plants. ( Told to me by an Ag PhD before the internet was invented , so , No , I can't find it on the net ).