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It's spring. Is it time for lime on lawns and gardens?

Got low pH in lawn soil? If so, you may be on a path to grass frustration and failure. 

Lime corrects low soil pH. When pH is correct, plants are better able to access soil nutrients. Most turfgrass, for instance, lives best in pH 6.5 to 7.0. When soil pH is lower or higher, grass plants can’t take in the nutrients they need. This may seem trivial, but it is actually a costly problem. We can waste fertilizer applications on soil with the wrong pH. It has environmental costs as well. 

Read more about lime. And do you know about fast-acting lime? Perhaps you should. 

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