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Mar 16 2013 · I have 5 day old seedlings and I want to add dolomite lime to each 5 gallon bucket each bucket has close to 5 gallons of soil in each how much dolomite lime per gallon of soil thanks JERICOMore Details
Dolomite a type of limestone provides valuable nutrients to plants and helps change the pH of the soil by raising it to match the plants needs Its sometimes called dolomitic lime or dolomiticMore Details
Sep 16 2010 · I have allot of plants already planted in 4 gal pots with a PromixEWC mix I didnt add any lime into the mix when I started Im not having any PH issues yet and the plants are in their 3rd week of flowering IS there a way to add lime now Either put it into the nutes when I water or add it into the top of the soilMore Details
May 05 2020 · Now if your plants require lime here are the things that you should be familiar with Considerations To go about the lime application process here are the things to keep in mind When to Apply It’s standard procedure for best gardening practices to add lime during the winter months especially for your annual cropsMore Details
Upon reading furthur FFOF apparently is notorious for ph fluctuations to the acidic side so dolomite lime is added to the soil and allowed to cook for a week before plants are planted in the soil However its too late since theyre already in their final homes What is the best way to add dolomite lime at this pointMore Details
Apr 06 2011 · ok i have been watering my plants with properly phed water but my soil ph stays high im using happy frog and have everything in cloth pots and could prolly put a few mor inches of soil in the pot now that the plants r bigger can i mix lime into some soil and add it to the top of the soil to lower the ph and if so how much should i add its at 75 8 and its causing a few issuesMore Details
Adding Dolomite Lime To Already Planted Plants S Rollitup Oct 06 2011 Top dress with the dolomite lime 2tblgallon of mix 6tbl for a 3 gallon pot and just water it in with regular waterings No flush nothing crazy with the water Dont expect anything overnight either it will probably be aMore Details
Sometimes using dolomite garden lime is warranted but the truth is it often makes things worse sometimes just a little and sometimes a lot Let’s look at why What Is Dolomite Lime Dolomitic lime is calcium magnesium carbonate It has something likeMore Details
Jul 06 2008 · Or you can take crushed up dolomite lime or garden lime in a gallon of water and water it in the soil 1 to 2 teaspoons per gallon of water which will be slow acting Garden Gypsum which is medium absorption Limestone which is medium absorption Rock Phosphate and Animal wastes which are both mediumslow absorptionMore Details