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#563112 - 01/14/08 09:16 AM Re: Lime replacement [Re: ]
phildidit
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The advantage is you dont have to haul lime(if you do it yourself) and you dont have to wait a year to see results. The product is designed for foodplots which are often to hard for a spreader to get to . Now if your just putting out lime on a pasture thats different, but spraying a couple gallons sounds easier than hauling lime all day. INSTANT RESULTS!! can lime do that.
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#563163 - 01/14/08 09:52 AM Re: Lime replacement [Re: MFBAB]
phildidit
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 Originally Posted By: MFBAB
That was my concern, how do you consolidate a ton of lime into a gallon jug and get a long lasting effect.

Its not consolidated lime,its a concentrated chelated liquid calcium.

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#563432 - 01/14/08 12:39 PM Re: Lime replacement [Re: ]
phildidit
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This stuff works because I use and have customers who use it including farmer of the year in ARK. The largest sod farmer around loves it. Maybe the folks you know tried something different. I know it may not be the best product for everyone but it does work. Be glad to send you a sample but sounds like you have your mind made up. You dont have to use the product every year just until your desired pH. is reached.
Derived from CaCl2, and Complex Carbohydrates

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#563564 - 01/14/08 02:02 PM Re: Lime replacement [Re: phildidit]
MFBAB
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This is getting good...Was this product developed for sod initially or general farming?
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#563645 - 01/14/08 03:02 PM Re: Lime replacement [Re: MFBAB]
phildidit
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 Originally Posted By: MFBAB
This is getting good...Was this product developed for sod initially or general farming?

This product was developed for PH. control and could be used anywhere ph. control in soil is needed. Do you have stock in or work for the local limestone company? I'm sure we didn't have over 2.8 million in sales by selling products that didn't work and able to stay in business for over 11 years.

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#563696 - 01/14/08 03:24 PM Re: Lime replacement [Re: phildidit]
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Whoa, I'm not trying to argue w/ you, just trying to get a little info on your product and see if it's something I can use. You sound like a great salesman. I'm out of this.
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#563810 - 01/14/08 04:15 PM Re: Lime replacement [Re: ]
phildidit
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Are you even talking about the same product what active materials are in this watered down lime you hate so much. I am aware that there are different types of lime and some work faster and differ in Ca%, and aware that it takes time for lime to work. How soon you see results may differ for many reasons, rain lack of rain, etc.. Remind me to go great legnths to prove something works just because some folks you know tried something a couple of years ago and didn't like it.(did they even use it correctly) I must have left my phd in lime at the house today thanks for the info. didn't know i needed to back up my jokes with all my knowledge.
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#563987 - 01/14/08 05:57 PM Re: Lime replacement [Re: ]
phildidit
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It provides Ca to roots to compensate for not being availble in soils where pH is low. Chelated agent E.D.T.A., organic acids,and complex carbs. continue to react in soil to release existing Ca in the soil that can be used to neutralize pH. and increase fertilizer uptake by plants. So for a growing season in a hard to get to plot the product works faster and better than lime.
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#564016 - 01/14/08 06:12 PM Re: Lime replacement [Re: ]
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none of the farmers in the Haywood County area that i know of use the stuff. everyone knows that farmers these days are looking for the best at the least amount of dollars spent. if it was any good at all they would be using it
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#564098 - 01/14/08 06:54 PM Re: Lime replacement [Re: ]
phildidit
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maybe i should go into business writing brochures then. did i mention that it was faster
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