agricultural lime


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agricultural lime

[¦ag·rə¦kəl·chə·rəl ′līm]
(materials)
A hydrated lime which is used to condition soil.

agricultural lime

A hydrated lime which is used to condition soil.
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West TO, McBride AC (2005) The contribution of agricultural lime to carbon dioxide emissions in the United States: dissolution, transport, and net emissions.
Lime plasters use quick-acting pulverised agricultural lime, sand, water and chopped straw.
Quick-acting pulverized agricultural lime makes the best lime plaster--the regular, non-quick acting type will simply brush off your walls, never truly setting.
Charles Deweese of Deweese Construction, a sister company to Drakes Creek Holding, had sought a rock quarry that would enable his firm to be more competitive for highway projects and provide agricultural lime for area farmers.
Our response should be to spread agricultural lime and 10-10-10 to replace what has been lost.
The most common lime used in the garden is agricultural lime or ground limestone.
The Group line-up is completed by Owen Pugh Aggregates Ltd, which operates Marsden Limestone Quarry at Whitburn supplying quarried and recycled aggregates and agricultural lime, and Owen Pugh Training Services which provides plant operator and construction industry related training to both internal and external clients.
These observations suggest that agricultural lime is the only efficient material for the control of soil acidity in arable lands.
But for the salt and heavy metals in the dust it could be used for ground stabilisation or agricultural lime and Castle says it is continuing research so that it could be put to use rather than having to dump it.
In days of old we used to put agricultural lime into the rivers and that used to kill the fish.
As the fertilizer module gets underway, the Department plans to add modules for feed, agricultural lime, and soil amendment.
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