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Old 02-22-2000, 08:49 AM
PLS PLS is offline
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The Extension Service Says just as I expected<br>&quot;50 lbs. of lime is 50 lbs. of lime, pellitized or powder makes no difference.&quot; <br>Pellitized has a greater volume per pound because it's round and has air spaces and powdered lime has very little air space. So a 50 lbs. bag is a 50 lbs. bag. Pellitized lime starts out as powdered lime and is then formed into pellets.<br>
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Old 02-22-2000, 12:23 PM
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peletized or powder it is a matter of how fast it will intergrate within the soil...dolprill works fastest i use calprill because i lime twice a year
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Old 02-22-2000, 07:59 PM
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PLS, its a kelway and we have clay soil.
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Old 02-22-2000, 09:22 PM
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PLS, Buy three different brands and disalve a handful of each brand and see what you end up with for partical size of lime.Its not all equal.
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