from memory I don't think it is recommended to lime and fertilise at the
same time. Fertilising should be done several weeks after liming. I can't
tell you why, I didn't retain that bit of info. It may have negligible
impact doing the 2 together mind. Close enough is good enough much of the
time. I guess it is a rule you observe if you want to do it proper.
The limestone based products which are what almost everyone is using
can be applied at the same time as fertilizer. It takes a long time
for anything to happen
with the limestone, typically months, as it's slow to react and change
the soil PH.
On Apr 1, 5:07 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Correct. Lime moves thru average soil at the rate of about 1 inch per
year. That's why it's best to lime & till the soil before you plant
your grass. That's also why healthy turf only needs liming every 5 or
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