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can I use calcium carbonate for gardens?
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martin
Posted 8/1/2020 16:17 (#8409171 - in reply to #8409005)
Subject: RE: can I use calcium carbonate for gardens?


My niece said she used Tums and they did not help on her tomatoes.

I haven't done it, but I thought about mixing some lime with water to make a slurry and then watering it in. I thought it might be better to make a slurry than to put it on dry.  If you want to try calcium carbonate, I am wondering if you want to try mixing with water, and then putting it on...... I just wonder if mixing with water might make it easier to get down into the root zone. just a thought I had. 



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