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larryz

Lime and fertilizer

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Do I have to wait any length of time after putting down lime before putting on fertilizer?

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Nope. Typically you can apply them at the same time except that you will need different spreader settings since the lime is usually a smaller granule.

If you want to apply them separate do the lime first and wait until the lime has been watered in.

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Does lime help with yellow spots from dog pee? Does it work to help heal and recover the dead spots or is it preventative?

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Lime helps with acidic soils. It can help adjust the PH a little which makes the fertilizer more readily available to the plants.

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Does lime help with yellow spots from dog pee? Does it work to help heal and recover the dead spots or is it preventative?
I have read where pelletized gypsum is what you use for that problem. Might just be little balls of hydrated lime for all I know but I used the gypsum.

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I know people who use the gypsum too. I haven't seen it work first hand so I can't tell you how it works for dog spots

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