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Granulated Lime can be applied using a standard fertiliser spreader at a time convenient to the grower. This eliminates the use of outside contractors and makes spreading less dependant on prevailing weather conditions. It also has considerable cost savings as the volume of Granulated Lime required is far less.
Our Granulated Lime is made from a micronized powder which is pelleted to make it easy to apply to the crop without producing clouds of dust. Immediate pH improvement is achieved followed by a fast response from the crop. Correct and fast pH adjustment allows maximum utilization of expensive fertiliser. It is also an excellent source of calcium- an essential nutrient important in plant cell wall cell structure.
- Can be used all year round.
- Pelleted micronized powder- avoids production of dust clouds.
- Improved pH is acheived immediately.
- Provides a source of calcium.
- Always read the product label before use.
- Apply Granulated Lime before your fertiliser to ensure the best uptake.
- Apply when light showers or dew is forecast to help it disolve.
35-70g / sq metre
Up to 570m²
Months of Use
Jan Feb Mar April May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
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Equipment & Acessories FAQ's
Yes, over-fertilisation can burn plant leaves, stunt growth, and create
environmental issues. More is rarely better when using fertilisers.
Always read and follow label recommendations for fertilizer rates,
dilutions, and application guidelines. If you are ever in doubt, always
err on the conservative side or use less fertiliser.
Whether you are using liquid (inc.soluble) or granular style treatments on your ground, you should always follow the manufacturers product guidelines. If you are at all uncertain, call us on: 01706 360 572.
Any product sprayed whether granular or liquid (inc.soluble) onto the ground can potentially cause some scorch if applied to a stressed crop. To avoid this do not apply products such as liquid fertilisers to stressed crops or under hot conditions in bright sunlight. Typically early morning or evening are the safest times.