Hi-Yield Horticultural Hydrated Lime

Hi-Yield Horticultural Hydrated Lime

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Product Overview

Hi-Yield Horticultural Hydrated Lime counteracts or neutralizes acidic soils and "sweetens" them. Use Hi-Yield Horticultural Hydrated Lime to loosen heavy clay soils and to reduce odor and flies around outhouses and stables. Hi-Yield Horticultural Hydrated Lime also benefits your soil and plants in number of different ways. For example, by reducing the acidity of overly acidic soils certain substances that are toxic to plants are kept from dissolving. Hi-Yield Horticultural Hydrated Lime increases nitrogen fixation in legumes, increases the activity of beneficial soil-based microbes, and increase the availability of certain nutrients such as Molybdenum and Phosphorus to plants. You can also use this product to make whitewash solution.

Available Sizes:

  • Hi-Yield Horticultural Hydrated Lime – 2 lb
  • Hi-Yield Horticultural Hydrated Lime – 5 lb

WARNING - INJURIOUS TO EYES and PROLONGED CONTACT WITH WET SKIN MAY PRODUCE BURNS.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient: Hydrated Lime
Target pests: Overly Acidic Soils
For use in: Shrubs, Flowers, Vegetables, Lawns, Potted Plants, Outhouses, and Stables
Application: Bed areas: 1 lb. per 30 sq. ft.
Whitewash: 5 lbs. per gallon
Shipping Weight: 5.05 lbs
Manufacturer: VPG (Mfg. Number: 33371)
UPC: 732221333710

Details

Use HI-YIELD HORTICULTURAL HYDRATED LIME to “sweeten” and help neutralize overly acid soils around Shrubs, Flowers, Vegetables, Lawns and Potted Plants. Lime increases availability of Phosphorous, Molybde-num, and certain other elements in acid soils.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

SHRUBS AND FLOWERS

Many shrubs and flowers grow best in slightly acid to neutral soils. For soils that are too acid, apply 1 pound per 30 square feet. Mix thoroughly into soil. Do not apply Lime on or near plants that prefer very acid soils, such as Azaleas and Camellias.

VEGETABLES

Apply 1 pound per 30 square feet on slightly acid sandy soil and incorporate in top soil. For clay soils apply 2 pounds per 30 square feet. Apply Lime 2 to 4 months before planting and incorporate thoroughly in soil. When questionable, determine the acidity of soil before application.

LAWNS

If medium acid soil condition exists, apply 5 pounds to 100 square feet. If strongly acid, apply 5 pounds to 50 square feet. Best results are obtained with two applications.

POTTED PLANTS AND WINDOW BOXES

Add 1 tablespoon per each 1 gallon of water used and stir. Once a year apply this solution to plants that require a neutral or alkaline soil.

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Is Hi-Yield Horticultural Hydrated Lime fast acting product or does this takes months to work?

I have an acidic garden that I like to make it a little more alkaline for vegetable growing; does this lime dissolves and gets to correct the pH quickly or does it take months to start to have an effect on the soil. Thanks

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Hi-Yield Horticultural Hydrated Lime is faster acting. It will not take months to work. Please contact VPG 888-583-5296 for assitance with your sepcific treatment.

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Is it same as high calcium hydrated lime?

I need this product for concrete curing tank in the lab and I want to verify it is the same.

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Yes, the Hi-Yield Horticultural Hydrated Lime is the same product as high calcium hydrated lime. Please refer to page 2 of product label for proper mixing ratio.

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I need to see the back label for Hi-Yield Horticultural Hydrated Lime please?

Need to see the calcium and magnesium percentage? Thanks

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You can view the product label with percentages right on our website here for Hi-Yield Horticultural Hydrated Lime.

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Can Hi-Yield Horticultural Hydrated Lime be used in home on carpets?
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No per the label Hi-Yield Horticultural Hydrated Lime is used to neutralize overly acid soils around shrubs, flowers, vegetables, lawns and potted plants. 

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Why would earth box not want you to use this product? They say use only dolimite to sweeten the soil.
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Unfortunately, we are not sure why Earth Box advises again using Hi-Yield Horticultural Hydrated Lime. We recommend you contacting Earth Box.

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