Soil in Westchester is naturally acidic. Applying
Lime will help neutralize the acids.
It sweetens your soil by raising pH and adding
It increases bacterial activity that builds a
healthy system to combat disease, weeds, fungus and reduce a thatch
It enables the grass to absorb more nutrients from
the fertilizer we apply.
These nutrients become more available when the pH is
in the desired range.
When nutrients are less available, the lawn’s color,
vigor, and ability to resist (or recover from) heat, drought, or traffic
stress will be reduced.
Helps develop a stronger perennial lawn that can
better withstand cold winter weather. If the pH of a lawn is below 5.5,
most grass will not grow well no matter how much fertilizer you add. Best
turf growth needs 6.2-6.6 pH.
Master Lawns recommends and application of 10lbs per
1,000 square feet of a high performance pelletized lime every 2-3 years to
keep the pH of the soil at an optimal level. Once it is brought into the