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 Is lime acidic?

Answer Lime has a basic, or alkaline, pH level, so it is not acidic. Lime is often added to soil to increase the soil's pH level. Lime also increases microbial activity and improves the structure of the s... Read More »
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Mojo Lime - Liquid Lime?

Yes, there is a difference. Liquid lime is preferred over dry lime for it’s superior handling (no dust) and results. Results are superior using liquid lime because a more even and thorough applic... Read More »
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How much lime juice equals one lime?

One medium lime will yield at least 1 tbsp. of lime juice. When the fruit comes to room temperature and is rolled back and forth before juicing, it will produce about 2 tbsp. of lime juice.Source:T... Read More »
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What is the difference between key lime juice and lime juice?

A Key lime (scientific name: Citrus aurantifolia) is a specific variety of lime that is smaller and lighter in color than a traditional or Persian lime. Key lime juice is usually more tart than reg... Read More »
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How Do Soils Become Acidic?

Healthy soil is essential to the health of growing plants. Gardeners should know the pH level of their soil before selecting plants and planning a home garden. The pH level measures the alkalinity ... Read More »
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