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Agricultural lime is a soil amendment made from pulverized limestone. The primary active component is calcium carbonate. Lime improves soil quality in a variety of ways:
- Increases the pH of acidic soils
- Provides a source of calcium for plants
- Improves uptake of essential plant nutrients
- Improves water penetration for acidic soils
The table below shows the 16 essential soil nutrient elements.
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Both of our lime products are registered with the CDFA as Organic Input Materials(OIM) for use in certified organic production:
- Blue Mountain Ag Lime (CaCO3) Label & Spec sheet CDFA MSDS
- Blue Mountain Dolomite Lime Label & Spec sheet CDFA MSDS ~ The higher percentage of Magnesium in Dolomitic lime makes it an ideal additive for soil with low calcium and magnesium levels.
Most effective when incorporated into the soil, Blue Mountain Ag and Dolomite limes are available in various formulations:
- Ag Grade
- Standard Prilled, pelletized
- Mini Prilled, pelletized
To keep up with our Blue Mountain Aglime product, read the Aglime Quarterly newsletters here:
- Does Your AgLime Fit in Roosevelt's Ear?
- Providing the Benefits of Prilled Products, without the Big Price Tag
- Soil CEC is Like a Dinner Plate
- Where's the Value in Lower Price Aglime?
- The Low Magnesium Agricultural Dolomite
- Why is this Ag Lime a Slightly Different Color?
- Is Low Soil pH Holding You Back?
- What Does The CCE Tell You?
- Nitrogen's Effect on Soil pH
- Balanced Soil pH Aids N, P & K
- Nutrients for this Season
- From The Mountains to the Sea
- Rock Dust Makes Another Comeback
- Influence Next Season with Post Harvest Applications
- Why Smaller is Better
- Gypsum, The Real Choice
- Lime Score is More Important than Price
- How Much Money are You Wasting?
- Particle Size, Smaller is Better
- What's Your Score?
- The Importance of Soil pH
- Get the Most from Your Fertilizer Dollar
- pH Matters
- The Smaller the Better