LIMESTONES, LIME and DOLOMITES are minerals used as Agricultural Correctives, the addition of Nutrients and Correcting the Acidity of soils are its main Actions.
The richness in CALCIUM and MAGNESIUM favor the growth of plants and increase the yield of crops.
The application of these minerals is called LIMING, it can be done before the crops, in the preparation of the soils before cultivating, or right after the harvests! These minerals can be found in the natural form, without chemical transformation, "raw", called Calcium Carbonate and Magnesium Carbonate and after chemical transformation, "calcined", called Calcitica and Dolomitic Lime. Its application requires soil analyses in order to correctly obtain the quantities to be applied, also taking into account the minerals in the form of lime have a much higher power of action, hence the calculation to determine the quantity to be applied is a determining factor.
Lime is also present and plays a very important role in animal husbandry, both in stables and in pasture, particularly with regard to the hygiene of spaces, the elimination of bacteria, viruses, parasites and nutritious favouring of pastures. Lime is the product that can favour all the aspects mentioned, with the added value of being considered as Natural and Ecological actions.
Lime is a product that is also applied in fruit production, particularly as a component of some compositions, for example in CALDA BORDALESA, compositions that are usually applied in a liquid state that allows the spraying of trees and fruits. Some of the most common examples are Olives and Citrus fruit, reducing acidity and making them sweeter and tastier.
In some cases, the lime beds can be applied on Trees, Plants, Fruits and even Soils, allowing a protective barrier against pests, diseases and damage to the elements. Thus, it adds nutrients "Calcium and Magnesium", favoring and promoting a healthy growth. It is biodegradable, regenerates soils and at the same time is an excellent bactericide, totally Natural and Ecological. chemical transformation, "calcined", called Calcitica and Dolomitic Lime. Its application requires analyses of the soils in order to correctly obtain the quantities to be applied, also taking into account the minerals in the form of LAC have a much higher power of action, hence the calculation to determine the quantity to be applied is a determining factor.