Lime & Soil Supplements
Your lawn loves neutral soil. So when lime is added, these compounds work to increase the soil's pH, making soil less acidic and more alkaline. Soil pH preferences vary between regions, but most grasses in the Northeast prefer soil pH between 5.8 and 7.2. Your lawn is vulnerable to acidic matter most of the year, so liming at least once a year is very common in the Northeast. Lime will help your lawn utilize fertilizer better. So your lawn can grow to its full potential, and not suffer from invasive weeds.
Types of Lime we stock:
Lime Pellet - Slow dissolving spreads easily, you need a lot for lawn use.
Lime Granular - Slower dissolving than powder, but faster than pellets. Great for gardens
Lime Powder - Quick dissolving but a little hard to spread evenly due to its light dusty nature. Will stick on clothes.
Lime Marker - Easy application. Used to mark athletic fields.
Lime & Organic Soil Supplements for Lawn & Garden
Gypsum Pellets Fast Acting 30lb Covers 5k (Compacted Soil Solution)
Iron Pellets Fast Acting 30lb Covers 5k (Fast Green-up Solution in Lawn)
Lime Pellets Fast Acting 30lb Covers 5k (Acidic Soil Solution)
Lime Pellets Fast Acting 50lb Covers 10k (Acidic Soil Solution)
Lime Pellets 50lb (Agricultural) Covers 1k
Lime Granular 50lb (Agricultural) Covers 1k
Lime Powder 50lb (Agricultural) Covers 1k
Jonathan Green "Love Your Soil" Covers 5k (Improved Micronutrients for Soil)
Jonathan Green "Love Your Soil" Covers 15k (Improved Micronutrients for Soil)
Jonathan Green Fungus Control Covers 2.5-5k (Curing & Preventing)
Jonathan Green Fungus Control Covers 7.5k-15k (Curing & Preventing)
The Products listed above are not fertilizers. These are products that work with your soil to help create an environment that your grass will thrive in.