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1. Materials containing calcium and magnesium used to neutralize soil [[acidity]] and to supply calcium and magnesium as [[plant nutrients]]; aids in soil granulation; decreases soluble iron, aluminum, and manganese, and aids in decomposition of [[organic]] matter. Lime materials include limestone, shell, marl, slag, and gypsum.<br>
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1. Materials containing calcium and magnesium used to neutralize soil [[acidity]] and to supply calcium and magnesium as [[plant nutrients]]; aids in soil granulation; decreases soluble iron, aluminum, and manganese, and aids in decomposition of [[organic]] matter. Lime materials include limestone, shell, marl, slag, and gypsum.<br><br>
  
<br>http://www.crimpaving.com/images/LimeTruck1.jpg<BR><BR>
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http://www.crimpaving.com/images/LimeTruck1.jpg<BR><BR>
Lime Application Truck & Lime Pile in Background<BR><BR>
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Lime application truck and lime pile in background.<BR>
Source:http://www.crimpaving.com/
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Source: http://www.crimpaving.com/<BR><BR>

Revision as of 18:05, 14 June 2006


1. Materials containing calcium and magnesium used to neutralize soil acidity and to supply calcium and magnesium as plant nutrients; aids in soil granulation; decreases soluble iron, aluminum, and manganese, and aids in decomposition of organic matter. Lime materials include limestone, shell, marl, slag, and gypsum.

LimeTruck1.jpg

Lime application truck and lime pile in background.
Source: http://www.crimpaving.com/