Ground limestone rock, which naturally contains calcium carbonate and magnesium carbonate, is used to make lime, a soil amendment.
These compounds work to raise the pH of the soil when lime is added, making it less acidic and more alkaline. From deposits created millions of years ago, garden lime is mined.
Much of the Earth was covered by shallow seas at the time, and prehistoric marine life thrived there. The deposits now known as limestone were created by calcium-rich shells of the creatures.
One of the earliest known gardening practices is the use of lime in the garden. Farmers have been turning limestone and other rocks into lime powder to spread on their farms and gardens for countless years.
Lime is excellent for raising the pH of the soil, which is necessary in many agricultural regions to grow crops in soils that are acidic close to habitation, changing the soil’s pH to allow people to grow a variety of crops there that they might not have been able to before.
The Global limestone fertilizer market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
By providing the highest quality calcium-based fertilizers available on the market, Calcium Products, Inc. assists customers in maximizing soil fertility to increase crop yields.
In Iowa, on top of some of the purest limestone and gypsum deposits in the world, 98G and SO4 pelletized limestone and gypsum are produced.
Your yield may decline by as much as 30% if your soil’s pH is below 6.0. To correct and maintain soil pH, Calcium Products’ 98G pelletized limestone is the most efficient and reliable product.
98G can be used as part of a pH maintenance programme with annual or biannual applications rather than causing a pH rollercoaster in the field with infrequent aglime applications.
Aglime is a less reactive liming material than 98G, which maintains soil pH at a level to maximize yield potential all year long—typically 6.0.
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