Calcium Lime

Rootwise Ltd currently sources a high quality, soluble Calcium Lime product with a neutralising value of over 50% from a quarry in Malton, North Yorkshire.

Agricultural Lime is a soil additive made from pulverised limestone or chalk with the primary active component being Calcium Carbonate. Additional chemicals vary depending on the mineral source and may include Calcium Oxide, Magnesium Oxide and Magnesium Carbonate.

Be aware, cheaper course grade limes with lower solubility are available however they can be of inferior quality and can often be poor value.

The Benefits of Calcium Lime on Soil

  • Increases the pH of acidic soil;
  • Provides a source of Calcium and Magnesium for plants;
  • Permits improved water penetration for acidic soils;
  • Improves the uptake of major plant nutrients (Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium) of plants growing on acid soils.

Product only available in bulk.

Typical Data for Calcium Lime

Chemical Analysis:

Calcium (Ca): 31%

Magnesium (Mg): 2105 ppm

Neutralising Value: 51%