- to neutralise soil acidity
- to encourage micro-organism and earthworm activity resulting in better soil structure
- to improve the uptake of major plant nutrients (NPK) Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium
- to improve water penetration in your soil
- to maximize crop yield
- to improve the quality of your silage and hay
- to improve animal health
- to increase milk production
- to counteract leaching from excessive rainfall
- to improve both your pasture and your profit
For more in-depth farming information, Dr Edmeades has some great articles over at Agknowledge.
For home gardeners and lifestyle block owners, Backyard Gardener makes for interesting reading.
If you would like to find out more about soil testing, Hill Laboratories or Soil Testing Services are the people to contact.
Choose Pakohe Lime.
It’s time to get in on and make your pasture more palatable.