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Correct soil pH with G-Lime

Posted on 25 April 2016

​Correcting the pH status of the soil by applying lime is a simple and effective way to increase grassland productivity. Acidity in soil reduces bacterial and earthworm activity as well as nutrient uptake. How much lime to apply depends on soil type and liming material. Remedying pH can take months, and on very acidic soil may not be fully corrected in one season. Click to find out more about G-Lime granulated lime and how it can act to neutralise soil pH.