Have you ever had your pH in your soil balanced? and had your soil tested?
Updated: Sep 14, 2019
Let me help you understand what makes these two factors important.
Think of your lawn like the human body, when someone is sick the doctor runs tests in order to find the root to the problem, right? Okay, so imagine these tests being a full scan of your lawn to find out what exactly needs. In case you are wondering soil pH is a measurement that indicates the alkalinity or acidity of soil. A pH of 7.0 is neutral, values below 7.0 are considered acidic while those greater than 7.0 are alkaline.
If soil pH is below or above this range, nutrient availability may be reduced.
Now you know how to get a healthy green lawn that you dream about. What stands in your way from getting this done? Let’s get your soil pH balanced so that the neighbors can say “wow” over your lawn.
Corrective Limestone vs Maintenance Lime
An organic product that can be applied at any time.
The extended-release granules reduce acidity over time and will help fertilizers work more effectively. Organic and rich in calcium and magnesium, the granules will help create optimal growing conditions lawn areas.
When your soil has been completed with the corrective limestone, the next step is to incorporate maintenance lime into your lawn care program.
This is a natural soil amendment which helps to enhance the "living soil". Just as your lawn needs food (fertilizer), it also needs vitamins and essential minerals like calcium and magnesium which are found in limestone.