Applying lime to your turf will raise the pH in the soil. The lower the pH of soil, the greater the acidity. A small decline in pH can result in a large increase in soluble aluminium. This restricts access to water and nutrients. Nutrients such as calcium and magnesium strengthen the turf against heat, drought, and other environmental stresses. When a lawn has weeds or patchy spots, or is turning yellow, it can be a key indicator that your soil could be too acidic or is deficient in calcium and magnesium. Lime returns these nutrients to the soil and restores the damage.

As a part of our program​ our clients receive an annual maintenance application of lime. This helps us ensure the lawns are properly conditioned to fully receive the nutrients from our fertilizer applications.