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Enriched with micro-organisms
AZ-Chalk is a unique lime enriched with micro-organisms that strengthen the plant. When the acidity is not good, plants will get less nutrients from the soil and grow less well.
Residual product from Dutch drinking water extraction
AZ-Chalk is the only lime available that is completely CO2 neutral and that does not unnecessarily excavate lime quarries. ECOstyle AZ-Kalk comes from Dutch drinking water extraction. The lime that comes with the pumped drinking water is dried and granulated, making it suitable for use in the garden. Sustainable and of course without causing any damage to nature!
Sprinkle AZ-Lime evenly over the root area of the plant or the surface to be treated.
The amount and number of times to spread per year depends on the acidity of the soil and the need of the plant.
It is important to determine the acidity (pH value) of the soil in advance in order to apply the correct limescale; not too much but not too little either. The acidity can be determined quickly and easily with the pH Soil Test.
In addition to AZ-Kalk, it is important to give plants proper nutrition. We have a wide range of natural fertilizers.
Can be used in the entire garden.
Period of application
AZ Lime can be used in all weather conditions, without risk of burns.
The AZ Lime and the AZ fertilizers from ECOstyle are easy to combine because the microorganisms ensure that the nutrients are directly absorbed by the lawn. This means you do not have to apply both products separately.
AZ Lime can be spread by hand or with a spreader. Avoid spilling on a hard surface, an excess of grains can cause slippery conditions.
Liming 1 to 2 times a year, according to the dosage below.
1 kg per 10m2 once a year.
2 times a year pH <5.5 2kg per 10 m2.
Once a year pH> 6.5 0.5 kg per 10 m.
Available in packs of 2 kg, 3.5 kg, 5 kg, 10 kg and 20 kg in grain.
How acidic can the soil be?
Slightly acidic to calcareous (pH value 5.5-6.5)
Often a pH value of 5.5 to 7.0 is optimal for vegetable garden crops.
Acid (pH value 4.0-5.5) for rhododendrons, azaleas and heaths, among others.
Slightly acidic (pH value 5.0-6.0) for hydrangeas and skimmias, among others.
Calcareous (pH value 6.0-7.0) for, among others, boxwood, roses and grapes.