Lime Product Details
Lime is alkaline, so if your soil has acid, adding lime will make it less acid. There are several different liming materials available on the market such as burnt lime, hydrated lime and wet lime (to name a few), so you need to know which one will do the best job for you. Superior Spreading can help advise you in this area.
Lime has two effects on soil. First, it neutralises acidity. Second, it may be a slow-acting alternative or a complement to gypsum in the treatment of sodic, dispersive clay soil. Acidity occurs naturally in many coastal, tablelands and slopes vegetable districts, as well as in parts of the Riverina.
The major problems in acid soils are
Soil acidity results in
Plants affected by acidity also become more prone to disease. Plants affected by
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