Servicing Ulster, Greene, Columbia & N.W. Dutchess Counties
This indicates the acidity or alkalinity of the soil. A pH value of 7.0 is neutral. Values less than this are acidic, while values greater are alkaline. Soil pH can be raised by adding lime (increasing alkalinity) and lowered by adding sulfur (increasing acidity). The right prescription of Lime will increase the effect of fertilizer, slow thatch build-up and reduce the possibility of lawn fungus problems. Lime can help adjust your soils pH level, thereby providing you the lush, green lawn you’ve always wanted.