Oh, skitzoid one, my interest remains within the far background, but what are you doing with that pelletized limestone?
lime is used to neutralize acid, it works to bring up soil ph when mixed in or sprinkled on.
This buck came with the property when I bought it, he was a 9, then a 10, now is back to being a 9.
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Nice photos. That it is, and lime is utilized for much more than just soil amendments, but that's not what I asked you, and if you carefully review, you may possibly realize such.
A good morning to you, Stoney. I bet it's cold up there within those hills, at the moment. We had frozen fog earlier, ourselves. Fog set in super early last night. I was too toasty warm to dress and go take any photos of it this morning but did take a peek, when permitting the dogs briefly outside for their dawn deed. Crispy crunchy white the ground looked to be. We still remain below the freezing mark.
He’s a good one, hope you get him. 7 1/2 year old?
Yes, I must have completely misunderstood your question. I am going to use the pelletized lime to neutralize some acid and raise the ph of some soil sprinkled on to, specifically on the more acidic edge of my cabin food plot.
It actually was a rather comfortable morning on Flat Gap.
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I hope to see the palmated buck in a couple years.