Baker’s Premier Pellets

Water-Activated Limestone Pellets
Lawns need more than fertilizer to stay Green – Lawns need Baker’s Premier Pellets

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Baker’s Premier Pelletized Limestone is mined directly from our quarry, a natural rich dolomitic limestone deposit in the heart of York County, PA. Lawn Care Professionals, Retailers, and Commercial Landscape Companies can depend on Baker’s lime to neutralize acidic soil in their lawns and replenish the crucial nutrients, calcium and magnesium. Baker’s Lime offers you the best of all  bulk pelletized  lime for sale. Its pellet size provides easy spreading with little dust. This water-activated pellet will break down into a finely pulverized limestone and begin working immediately.

There are many pelletized lime uses.For a healthy, beautiful lawn or crops, the first step is to apply Baker’s Premier Pelletized limestone.  Our bulk pelletized lime for sale acts fast to correct soil pH and naturally nourish the soil with calcium and magnesium. Baker’s Pelletized limestone is a practical and economical way to make expensive fertilizer work more efficiently for you.

With pellitized limes many uses, lawn Care Service Professionals, Retailers and Commercial Landscape Companies can count on Baker’s Premier Pelletized Limestone to satisfy the value demands of their customers.

Since 1889 Baker Lime has been producing a natural, high quality, high purity and particle fineness limestone that has made it an acknowledged leader. Few products on the market today can compare! The tradition continues with Baker’s complete line of products for the Lawn Care Service Professional, Retailers, Commercial lawn and landscaping professionals to the home owners and agricultural and consumer markets. Whatever your liming needs may be, Baker Lime has the product, the high pure quality and commitment to provide the best value.

Pelletized Lime Vs. Ag Lime

The main differences between pelletized lime and Ag lime is the consistency of the limestone and how the limestone is spread. Agricultural lime is a crushed limestone that is used for large agricultural applications.  However, pelletized lime is small pellets of limestone that made for smaller agricultural uses. Agricultural lime can be spread more quickly but it requires specialty spreaders to evenly distribute it. On the other hand, pelletized lime can easily be spread by hand to a small area of land.

Pelletized Lime Vs. Powdered Lime

Again the main differences between these two types of limestone are their consistencies and application processes. Powdered lime is limestone that is created when limestone rock is ground into a fine powder. applying powdered limestone can be much more difficult than applying pelletized lime because of this consistency. Powdered lime can cause a lot of dust which can be a problem during the spreading process. While powdered lime has some great uses, if you are looking for a limestone that applies easily and breaks down nicely, pelletized lime is your best option.

Available in:

40 lb. & 50 lb. Bags

1,500 lb. & 3,000 lb. Super Sacks

Suggested Spreader Settings:

Broadcast spreader 2/3 open, requires 2 passes.

Drop spreader 1/3 open, requires 2 passes.

Suggested rates of application for liming lawns.

1/8 acre, 5,000 sq. ft. 5 bags

1/4 acre, 10,000 sq. ft. 10 bags

1/2 acre, 15,000 sq. ft. 20 bags

1 acre, 40,000 sq. ft. 40 bags

*Note suggested recommendation to maintain your soil if it is at a neutral pH. If your soil pH is not neutral the quantity may need to be doubled.

Pelletized lime uses:

  • Corrects Soil ph
  • A source of both Magnesium and Calcium
  • Improves fertilizer and herbicide effectiveness
  • Ideal for lawns, gardens, deer food plots, flower beds
  • Nurseries, Garden Centers, Orchards, Turf Farms, Horse Pastures
  • No dust problems
  • Water-activated, fast-acting
  • Use with any type of spreaders

 

Stop Wasting Fertilizer

Fertilizer loses its effectiveness in acid soils. Up to 1/3 of fertilizer is wasted if the soil pH is 5.5 or less. Using fertilizer itself contributes to soil acidity. After three years of spreading fertilizer with no limestone applications, a soil pH can drop under a 6.0 level. When soil pH is controlled, fertilizers can work efficiently to provide long lasting, deep green lawns and high yield gardens.

 

Soil Acidity Fertilizer Wasted

4.5 pH 71%
5.0 pH 54%
5.5 pH 33%
6.0 pH 20%
7.0 pH 0%

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