If the soil were acid, would it have some purpose? What do plants need from soil pH?
Plants need a more or less neutral soil.So i guess the quicklime would increase the alkalanity of the soil.Am I right?
if it is acid soil, yes. There are regions of the US that are acid. I lived in on the Gulf coast for a few years, in the Piney woods area, and the sandy soil there was very acid.
Would liming on an alkaline soil, destroy the soil then?
Yes, I now live in CentralTexas, in the limestone hills, my garden soil is on top of a limestone formation, the pH is about 8.5 I am limited to what I can grow, sensitive things such as field peas suffer cirrhosis and do not form pods. I have to add Sulfur (makes acid in soil) to even grow simple things.
Ok.Thanks alot for your help!
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