Hi-Yield Agricultural Limestone

Hi-Yield Agricultural Limestone

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Product Overview

Hi-Yield Agricultural Limestone is a dolomite lime that provides easy soil acidity correction for growing vegetables, ornamentals and lawns. Containing Calcium and Magnesium, it replaces nutrients, such as Calcium, that are washed away by rainfall to improve soil condition. It also keeps the soil healthy by increasing soil-beneficial microbial activity. This Hi-Yield Agricultural Limestone also improves chlorophyll production by adding Magnesium to work with Nitrogen for greener, healthier grass and plants.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient Calcium 21.60% Magnesium 13.03% Calcium Carbonate 53.94% Magnesium Carbonate 45.36% Calcium Carbonate Equivalent (CCE) 109.03%
For use in Lawns, Flowers, Ornamental Plants, Roses, Shrubs, Trees and Vegetables
Application Neutralizes Excess Soil Acidity
Apply 4 to 5 lbs. per 100 sq. ft.
Pet safe Yes, if used as directed on Label
Shipping Weight 6.05 lbs
Manufacturer VPG (Mfg. Number: 32136)
UPC 732221321366

Details

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Make application annually to correct soil acidity. Hi-Yield AGRICULTURAL LIMESTONE helps replace Calcium that has been leached by rain from soil. It also adds valuable Magnesium to work with Nitrogen for chlorophyll productions that puts the green into grass and plant foliage.

Application Rate:

4-5 lb. per 100 sq. ft.

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What product will help brown spot areas in my lawn that have been damaged by dog urine?

We have a rescue dog who will only pee on our back lawn. Is there a product and process to revive the impacted/ resulting brown grass? WE appreciate any help or suggestions.

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Adding limestone to areas of the lawn where there is discolouration due to pet urine has been known to help. You should remove dead grass as much as possible. Apply a light layer of Hi-Yield Agricultural Limestone to those areas directly and water in. Wait about 7-10 days and add fresh soil and then you can reseed or resod the areas. 

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