The white stuff for soil
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d A DUSTING OF LIME MAY BE THE REMEDY FOR PLANTS STRUGGLING IN ACID SOILS
WITH LANDSCAPE DESIGNER KIM MORRIS
If you ever watch a cane paddock in a fallow or bare state between crops you will often see the process of liming. Great tracts of white powder are dispersed over the ploughed fields that look almost like snow.
This is lime or dolomite, as well as...
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