Calcium, Phosphorus & pH in Pastures

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  1. ClissAT

    ClissAT Valued Member Premium Member GOLD

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    This is an article written by Graham Sait of Nutri-Tech Solutions at Yandina SE Qld, in 2008 about the use of Soft Rock otherwise known as rock powder.
    This information will apply to any acidic type soil in any high rainfall area.
    It is also pertinent for gardeners who have acidic soils & are struggling to produce good fruit & veg which love more alkaline soil.
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    Good one :)
     

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