THE SECRET TO THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GARDEN ON THE STREET? SPREAD LIME NOW!

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THE SECRET TO THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GARDEN ON THE STREET? SPREAD LIME NOW!

Do you want a green and lush garden that radiates health? Then feed him with lime in the winter!

Some gardens are beautiful. Others are even more beautiful. It’s all about the right nutrition at the right time.

YOU WILL HAVE A GREAT FUN WITH YOUR PLANTS!

Why you do your plants a great favor with that?DCM Green-Lime®see productDCM Groen-Kalk® – Lime fertilizer – 2 kilograms (Lawn lime 20 m2)is the answer to an overly acidic medium. Falling leaves and grass clippings, among other things, increase the natural acidity of the substrate. Most plant species, such as boxwood, lavender, yew, grass, not to mention your vegetable garden plants, cannot absorb enough nutrients to keep growing healthy. The consequence? Slower growth, yellow leaves and bald spots.

Why DCM Green Lime®?

  • quickly and safely raises the pH of the soil;
  • contains 15% magnesium for a deep green leaf color;
  • is an easily spreadable and easily soluble granule!

PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE!

Because it is not difficult. If you lime in winter, thecalciumsee productDCM Groen-Kalk® – Lime fertilizer – 4 kilograms (Lawn lime 40 m2)all winter time to dissolve and penetrate into the soil, right down to the plant roots. In this way you bring the acidity up to the right level by the start of spring and give plants the healthy, neutral nutrient soil they need to absorb nutrients and grow freely.

Now it’s up to you whether you share the secret with the neighbors!

DID YOU KNOW?

By liming your ornamental garden in the fall, the lime will have time to dissolve and penetrate into the soil layer where the plant roots are located all winter. In this way, the acidity level will be adapted to most plants by spring, reducing the risk of deficiency symptoms.

Lime in the spring is also possible, but do not forget that the lime still needs some time to penetrate into the soil and that it can therefore take a while before the acidity is up to standard everywhere.

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