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Lime is the key that unlocks the nutritional potential of your soil. It corrects soil acidity and provides optimum conditions for plant development.
But not all agricultural lime is equal - especially when lime quality influences soil structure, plant development, fertiliser and herbicide efficiency, bacterial activity in the soil and animal health. 
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  • Healthy New Zealand Soil

    Graeme Sait, NZ Herald, 9 Oct 2013


    Healthy soils are the basis of all life on land and the essential building blocks of sustainable farms and nutritious food.

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  • The power of Lime

    Terry Brosnahan, Country-Wide, Sept 2013


    South Otago farmer sheep and beef farmer Peter Wilson loves lime.

    He and his wife, Joy, have seen its power on their station Melrose, near Clinton. They have also profited from it as it has turned poor performing country into a money-maker.

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  • Reduce your NPK fertiliser cost by 50%

    Shaun Cleverly, Palmer Resources


    It is understood that growing almost anything increases your soil acidity or lowers the soil’s pH. While Aglime easily corrects acidification the final target pH level for optimum nutrient availability is and always has been a moving target.

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  • Farming with the future in mind

    RNZ, Country Life, 8 November 2019


    Fourth-generation Canterbury dairy farmer John Legg is embracing regenerative agriculture.

    John says soil health on his Leeston property has improved dramatically since he stopped using synthetic fertilisers three years ago.

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  • Latest lime quality analysis - Victory Lime

    Nov. 2019


    Independent lime quality analysis as undertaken by Eurofins NZ Laboratories Ltd.

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  • Understanding Aglime Quality

    Palmer Resources


    When it comes to AgLime test data you need to consider three key areas to determine the quality of the lime you are being supplied:
    • Purity
    • Particle Size, and
    • Moisture.

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