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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They include maize cobs, sawdust, agricultural lime, wheat bran and molasses in various ratios.
"It is important to only buy a product that carries the Agricultural Lime Association's AQS quality standard."
Midwest Minerals has provided crushed limestone aggregates and agricultural lime throughout southeast Kansas, northeast Oklahoma and southwest Missouri.
As a common practice, fine agricultural lime was applied to a depth of ~ 10 cm using the broadcasting method.
The investment shall be used to fund the pre-commercial development that includes cement production, beneficiated and agricultural lime production and bio-mass plantation projects.
To make just enough COF for your 4-by-12-foot garden for one year, use the following measurements and mix well: * 8 cups seed meal (such as soybean, flaxseed, sunflower seed, cotton seed, canola seed) * 2/3 cup finely ground agricultural lime * 2/3 cup gypsum (or more of the finely ground agricultural lime) * 2/3 cup dolomite lime * 2 cups bone meal, rock phosphate, or high-phosphate guano * 1 to 2 cups kelp meal, or 2 cups basalt dust For additional information, you can revisit Steve Solomon's articles on our website: Find "The Quick and Easy Guide to Homemade Fertilizer" at http://goo.gl/ a4YtP7, and "A Better Garden Fertilizer" at http://goo.gl/dk2j4G.
If too acidic, the pH of garden soil can be adjusted with agricultural lime. Most soil amendments will have instructions on how much to add based on current pH and soil type.
According to The Daily News, the current proposition by Frontier Stone consists of a 215.5-acre dolomite/limestone quarry on a 269.45 parcel of land, which would produce high-quality construction aggregate and high-grade agricultural lime. The quarry would be located in Shelby on property which is currently farmland.
Lime plasters use quick-acting pulverised agricultural lime, sand, water and chopped straw.
Soil samples of the empty ponds were taken four and a half months before beginning the growth trial, in order to evaluate its quality and to determine the amount of agricultural lime (MgCa[(C[O.sub.3]).sub.2]) necessary to increase water alkalinity to 20 mg [L.sup.-1].
Our response should be to spread agricultural lime and 10-10-10 to replace what has been lost.
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