Each year, several factors contribute to a declining soil PH factor, which is the measure of acidity or alkalinity in your lawn. These factors include soil leaching, root activity, nitrification and decomposition of organic matter.
Research data by major university authorities recommends applications of lime to correct soil acidity. Lime benefits your lawn in 3 ways:
It neutralizes fertilizer and soil acidity, thus releasing nutrients from the soil for plant use.
It provides calcium and magnesium, essential nutrients for plant growth.
It helps develop and maintain a desirable soil structure for maximum turf growth.
This specially prepared limestone is not the messy, powdery white lime generally used, so it is not unattractive, and it provides maximum benefit to your lawn.
If it has been more than 2 years since you last limed your lawn, you should call our office now and schedule your liming application.
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