How Garden Lime Works
- If soils become too acidic nutrients get locked away, plants can suffer deficiencies and feeding becomes less effective.
- Garden Lime makes soils Less Acidic
When to use
- Can be applied throughout the year, but for best results use in autumn before first frosts
- For normal soils, use every third year
- Highly acidic soil may need an annual application
How to use with different vegetation
|Where To Use||How To Use|
|Vegetables||Apply 10g per m² as a dressing and work in well with the soil.|
|Trees & Shrubs||Apply 10g per m² to the bottom of the planting hole and mix well with soil or compost when refilling the hole.|
|Beds & Borders||Apply 10g per m² on the soil surface and fork in. Take care that the granules do not touch the plant leaves or stems.|
|Lawns||Apply 10g per m² on the soil surface and fork in well. For clay soils, increase to 15g per m² to improve structure and drainage.|
- Avoid over dosing
- Protect from frost & store out of direct sunlight
- Avoid contact with skin and eyes. (In case of contact with eyes rise immediately with clean water)
- Wash hands after use.
- Store out of reach of children, animals and wildlife.