Added by on 2017-04-26

Pelletized Lime is a great way to raise the pH in your vegetable garden to an acceptable level for your plants. It’s always very important to perform a soil test before adding lime, because it’s very hard to lower the pH once it is elevated too high. Product links: Pelletized Lime – https://hosstools.com/product/pelletized-lime/ Check out our other pages: Check out our other pages: Website: https://hosstools.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hosstools/ Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/hosstools/ Google +: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/1055414… Video Rating: / 5 Related Posts6 Setting Up The Garden Tower – Adding WormsAdding a Green Grid to your Yardage BookCrop Rotation in the Vegetable Garden – January 2014Adding Garden Soil Compost to a Raised Garden BedHow to Make Soil for a Raised-Bed Vegetable Garden : Raised-Bed GardensPreparing Vegetable Garden Bed with Compost & Amendments

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  • Deep South Homestead 3 months ago

    Pelletized lime is what i use when i need it.Ive been using a PH meter and it seems to be working ok im able to check right at a plant if it dosent look well and add basic slag for a quick recovery of the PH. Thanks for the info.

  • Arms Family Homestead 3 months ago

    Pelletized lime is the only way to go!

  • Dee B 3 months ago

    Good video post timing. I've just added some lime to my small indoor garden. How often do you add your lime every season?.