Micro Nutrient Package
High Calcium Lime
with Humic and EDTA Iron
All soils have a pH reading. pH is the degree of acidity of your soil and can range from 0 to 14. As a professional lime application company, we like to see soils right around 7.0 which is neutral. Soils below 7.0 become more acidic due to both human and natural activities. Here in the Northeastern United States, rainfall removes calcium and magnesium and replaces them with acidic ions leaving our soil in the acidic zone on the scale.
A Deeper Level of Green
At Carrier’s Turf Pros Lawn Care, we have an in-depth knowledge of how it enhances the lawn’s deep green color through increased photosynthesis and chlorophyll concentrations and acts as a natural chelator (which facilitates the uptake of trace minerals and prevents them from leaching out of the soil). It also activates soil microorganisms which more efficiently breakdown organic matter in what can often be organically-deficient soils. You will also see improved utilization of calcium, magnesium, potassium and other minerals that are difficult to consume from the soil. Overall, it will improve shoot/blade production and positively influence the function and physiological characteristics of a plant.