dolomitic lime

dolomitic lime

A trade term and misnomer for high-magnesium lime; the product does not contain dolomite.
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The company also has a comparatively small but very profitable specialty products business that manufactures and markets magnesia-based chemicals products for industrial, agricultural, and environmental applications and dolomitic lime for use primarily in the steel industry.
Andersson S, Nilsson I, Valeur I (1999) Influence of dolomitic lime on DOC and DON leaching in a forest soil.
Its Magnesia Specialities business provides a full range of magnesium oxide, magnesium hydroxide and dolomitic lime products.
If it reads below 5, we add a bit of dolomitic lime or wood ash to the compost we place in the furrow.
The development of Neogene and modern Volga valley within the study area occurred during dolomitic lime and lime-plaster complex of Perm.
Specialising in supplying dolomitic lime and dead-burnt dolomite products for the steel industry, the firm is investing PS1.2m in a Heatcatcher system at its Thrislington Lime plant near Durham, a move it hopes will propel its current turnover of PS34m to PS40m by the end of next year.
The Ca: Mg imbalance in favour of Mg, perhaps due to use of a dolomitic lime In Zimbabwe Mg is more likely to be deficient in sandy soils that have been cropped with fertilizers alone [1, 5].
Dolomitic lime is also very slow working and should be finely ground.
Crop yields were equal or slightly higher for the slag treatment compared to the calcitic and dolomitic lime treatments.