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1.  Calcium hydroxide (Ca(OH)<sub>2</sub>). The product resulting from the addition of water to burnt [[lime]] (CaO). Also called slaked lime. When used to lime soils, hydrated lime acts more quickly than ground limestone.<br><br>http://assets.gardenocity.com/productImages/hydratedlime.jpg<br><br>This os an example of a package of Hydrated Lime.
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1.  Calcium hydroxide (Ca(OH)<sub>2</sub>). The product resulting from the addition of water to burnt [[lime]] (CaO). Also called slaked lime. When used to lime soils, hydrated lime acts more quickly than ground limestone.<br><br>http://assets.gardenocity.com/productImages/hydratedlime.jpg<br><br>This is an example of a package of Hydrated Lime.
 
Source:http://www.yardlover.com/products.php?pid=830
 
Source:http://www.yardlover.com/products.php?pid=830

Revision as of 21:54, 26 February 2006


1. Calcium hydroxide (Ca(OH)2). The product resulting from the addition of water to burnt lime (CaO). Also called slaked lime. When used to lime soils, hydrated lime acts more quickly than ground limestone.

hydratedlime.jpg

This is an example of a package of Hydrated Lime. Source:http://www.yardlover.com/products.php?pid=830