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Can I lime over plants #7469218 03/26/19 12:06 PM
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I've got some foodplots that still have oats and winter pea's growing in them. Can I put down lime over the plants or will that kill them. If so I will just plow them under and then lime.


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Lime, see if they die and then plow over them. That way you incorporate the lime into the soil as you should and you give the plants a chance to continue....

I would suspect the winter plants will be browning out within the next month anyway, so not big deal

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Sure you can spread lime anytime, powdered ag lime or pelletized?
Heavy application of powdered ag lime may coat the leaves & cut down or off photosynthesis.
Pelletized lime no problem at all.

Are you sure you need lime?
Taken soil samples & have results as to how much is needed?

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