Best Lime for Lawns - Medium Size

Best Lime for Lawns – Medium Size

Top 5 Lime for Lawns-Medium Size

Lime can be used to treat lawns affected by acid rain, alkaline soils (such as clays), deficiencies in magnesium or calcium, or simply for prevention purposes. You can also use lime on lawns that are already acidic.

Add lime to your soil this fall or in the spring, but not on a windy day because it can cause eye irritation. Generally speaking, you won’t need more than 150 pounds of lime for an average lawn measuring about one-third of an acre. Apply the right amount of lime over the entire surface of that area rather than focusing on one spot when applying.

Lime will take effect over the course of several months as it slowly changes the pH level in your soil, so don’t expect to see results right away. You can still use lime on your lawns as often as you like, but be careful only to apply it to the grass and not the surrounding areas. The easiest way to spread lime is by using a lawn fertilizer or feed spreader and applying it as you would any other fertilizer.

Don’t over-apply – it’s actually better not to add lime at all than to add too much and cause damage to your plants or change the soil composition in a way that could cause problems for other plants in the area. If you’re experiencing calcium deficiencies in your plants, then perhaps adding lime would be a good idea.

Below Is Our Top Choices For 2021:

1. Jobe’s Organics Garden Lime Soil Amendment, 6 lb

Jobe’s Organic Garden Lime is an ideal granular for increasing the pH that strongly influences soil health. Low pH can cause poor fertilizer response, poor soil structure, and weak turf. Most plants grow well in soil with a pH between 6 and 7, with 6.5-6.8 being ideal. When the pH drops below 6.0, many nutrients become unavailable for plant uptake. Adding garden lime will increase the pH and make those nutrients available again. Test soil pH before applying. Ideal for hydrangeas changes the pH of the soil, turning hydrangeas a lovely pink. Healthy plants start with healthy soil. Jobe’s Organics soil amendments will help you create the perfect growing environment for your plants. We recommend doing a soil test before using any soil amendments. Don’t miss out on these other Jobe’s Organics soil amendments: Jobe’s Organics Soil Acidifier, Jobe’s Organics Bone Meal, Jobe’s Organics Blood Meal, Jobe’s Organics Sphagnum Peat Moss, Jobe’s Organics Perlite and Jobe’s Organics Compost Starter. —Jobe’s Organics Garden Lime De-Acidifier will help your organic garden thrive. Safe for use around children and pets

Review:

One of the more underrated fertilizers for tomato and pepper plants. The high phosphorus helps the plants set fruit and the high calcium helps prevent blossom end rot. Also gives a small nitrogen boost, I find this is the perfect ratio for tomato and pepper plants. Use one application when transplanting and another application mid season and that should be about all your plants need.

Weight: 6 pounds

Dimensions: 4 x 9 x 12.25 inches

4.6 out of 5

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2. Earth Science Lime 5000 sq. ft. 25 lb

Highlights:Size : 25 lb.Coverage Area : 5000 sq. ft.Granules formEarth Science fast acting lime adds essential elements back into the soilNaturally raising the pH level and helping plants absorb foodKeeps working all seasonNaturally bonds with soil to help reduce nutrient run-off and wasteBagged

Review:

Works well redoing my land for the winter so that it’s ready for spring next summer

Weight: 25 pounds

Dimensions: 12 x 3 x 9 inches

4.6 out of 5

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3. Old Castle Lawn & Garden 54055009 098962 Jolly Gardner Fast Acting Lime, 5000 sq. ft.

Adds calcium and magnesium nutrients essential for lawn and garden growth not available from fertilizers Specially formulated with encapsulate pellet technology that synthesizes limestone with an organic acid Pelletized limestone product specially formulated from natural limestone and performance enhancers Protects lawns from Moss and bare spots caused by low pH

Review:

Threw this on my new sod and it started to work in a couple of days. Soil was very acidic but this brought it back to neutral rather quickly. I have since thrown it on my raised beds and vegetable garden. Plants are thriving.

Weight: 29 pounds

Dimensions: 19.06 x 14.72 x 8.58 inches

4.5 out of 5

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4. Pennington Fast Acting Lime Soil Amendment, 6 lb

Pennington Fast acting Lime Plus ast goes to work right away to raise your soil pH. Low pH can cause Moss & bare spots in your lawn & can encourage weeds to grow. Limestone helps balance soil pH to create a better soil environment for your lawn, which significantly reduces these problems. Pennington 6 lb. Fast acting Lime Plus ast is more concentrated than regular dolomitic limestone. This unique formula combines advanced soil technology (ast) with high-quality Lime to maximize the benefit to the soil.

Review:

Granular product which is an ideal size for application with my fertilizer spreader. I applied it right before the snow & don’t expect to see any result until Spring. I would like to see it available in a larger, more economical size. I previously purchased pulverized garden lime and it was a white powder, impossible to apply with a walk behind fertilizer spreader.

Weight: 6.32 pounds

Dimensions: 3 x 8.75 x 11.6 inches

4.4 out of 5

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5. Natural Alternative Pelletized Lime Enriched for Acidic Soils 25 lb Bag

Did you know up to 70% of your lawn food is wasted when your soil pH is too low, also known as acidic soil? Natural Alternative Pelletized Lime with Protilizer is a technological breakthrough in lawn care. Exclusive to Natural Alternative, our fast-acting lime is fortified with Protilizer beneficial bacteria to treat both the soil and the grass plant. It’s like getting two products in one.

Review:

Another satisfactory product. It performed according to specifications. I am happy with it.

Weight: 25 pounds

Dimensions: 30 x 26.3 x 37 inches

4.3 out of 5

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Hi there! My name is Matt and I write for American Lawns. I've been a home owner for over 15 years. I've also had the pleasure of working with some experts in lawn care and outdoor living. I enjoy writing about everything related to your lawn, pests and types of grass. In my spare time, I'm either spending time with my family, doing a DIY project or learning a new skill.