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Fine Ground Limeflour

Packaging Bulk, 1 ton Bulk Bags, 25kg bags
Description Fine white powder
Storage Store in Dry Area
Application Slurry application, Prill
Mix with stock feed, Liquid oral injection

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Results from last twenty tests:

CaCo3 Ca
Average 92.61% 31.04%
Maximum 95.60% 38.24%
Minimum 90.80% 36.32%
STDV .87% .348%

Websters average sieve sizing:

Passing 93um sieve 90%
Passing 29um sieve 50%
Passing 2.4um sieve 10%

Average Chemical Analysis:

Calcium Carbonate CaCo3 92.61%
Silica SiO2 2.5%
Aluminium Al2O3 .25%
Ferric Oxide Fe2O3 .40%
Magnesium Oxide MgO .67%
Calcium Ca 37.04%
Moisture H2O 1%

Fine Ground limestone or Lime flour comes from the same high quality limestone as our Ag Lime but it is ground to a top size of 100 microns, the fine nature of the products means it has a higher reactivity rate becoming available to plant matter immediately offering an initial “punch” to your PH levels.

This product is idea for pastures that are in need of immediate PH correction. It is applied as a liquid fertiliser typically with other elements, to have a quick impact on your pasture growth and cropping programmes.

At Websters we supply Limeflour to the dairy industry to prevent milk fever immediately after calving. To prevent Milk fever start dosing immediately after calving for at least 4 days (colostrum period) and as long as several weeks or moths. The dose rate is generally 100-300g per cow per day.

To use as a drench mix one part fine Limeflour with four parts water stir regularly and flush equipment after use.
To dose calcium deficient cows Limeflour can be added t maze or field cereals at a rate of 50-300g per cow per day or add to the feed at a arte of 60-100 per Kg of feed on a wet basis.

******* Do not feed to Cows in their last two months of pregnancy*******

Lime flour is used extensively for industrial applications, such as in glues, polymers, fillers and paints etc.

Material Safety Data Sheet – Fine Ground Lime

Driveway Limestone

Packaging Bulk
Description Butter coloured sand
Storage No special requirements necessary

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Limestone driveways are a great way to have an attractive durable driveway at a fraction of the cost of other alternatives.

At Websters we have a number of products to cater to different requirements, wether the area is low lying and wet or on an incline we can tailor the right product to give you a long lasting solution.

Sub Base Course Overs – 100mm all in
Base Course AP 40 – top size of 40mm
Surface Driveway lime – 16mm all in

Websters Lime is unique in Hawkes Bay as we are able to offer Burnt Lime for soil and road stabilisation.
Lime stabilisation has been around for centuries; it is an efficient and cost effective way to improve the workability and load bearing characteristics of your farm track or driveway.

The two main benefits in lime stabilisation is the drying effect it has on wet soils commonly utilised in the building industry on wet access roads and building pads reducing their down time, and the most important, substantially increasing the load bearing characteristics of your subgrade while still maintaining a level of flexibility, particularly effective on clay soils typical in Hawkes Bay.
A stabilised driveway will dramatically increase to durability of your sub base and surface layers.
Use our limestone calculator tools.

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Ag Lime CaCo3

Packaging Bulk, 1 ton Bulk Bags
Description White Sand, top size of 2mm and a high percentage of fines
Storage Store in Dry Area
Application Aerial topdressing or ground spread

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CaCo3 Ca
Average 92.61% 31.04%
Maximum 95.60% 38.24%
Minimum 90.80% 36.32%
STDV .87% .348%

Recommended NZ sieve sizing:

Retained in a 2mm sieve 5% Max
Retained in a .05mm sieve 50% Max

Websters average sieve sizing:

Retained on 2mm sieve 0.08%
Retained on .05mm sieve 39.12%
Retained on pan 60.82%

Average Chemical Analysis:

Calcium Carbonate CaCo3 92.61%
Silica SiO2 2.5%
Aluminium Al2O3 .25%
Ferric Oxide Fe2O3 .40%
Magnesium Oxide MgO .67%
Calcium Ca 37.04%
Moisture H2O 3%

Websters ag lime is free flowing, with high fines percentage for immediate results capable of being spread through land spreader and aeroplane.
Websters ag lime is Fertmark registered a standard regulated by federated farmers to guarantee the quality of your lime.

Agricultural lime is a completely natural way to improve your pastures health and increase pasture growth and stock live weight, with no adverse affects to your surrounding environment.

The primary reason for applying Agricultural lime is to increase your soil PH, that in turn offers the following benefits:

  • Increased pasture production, which leads to increased animal live weights.
  • Liming unlocks the full potential of your fertiliser programme, at optimal PH levels your phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, nitrogen and other trace elements become available to your plant matter, these would otherwise remain unavailable in acidic soils.
  • Ag Lime is a low cost option for increasing pasture growth, in lean times it will give you great results at a fraction of the cost of other fertilisers.
  • Ag Lime assist with drainage by improving soil structure by improving the tilth and crumb formations.
  • Ag Lime sweetens the soil often making pastures more palatable to stock.
  • Lime stimulates growth in legumes and clovers.
  • Ag lime can reduce stock health problems by providing better more available grazing creating a healthier environment.
  • Ag Lime promotes worm and bacteria activity necessary for maintaining healthy soil.

Caution must be taken as to much Lime applied can “over correct” the PH and have a negative affect on your pasture growth.
Calving cows must not be put on limed pastures for up to two weeks after lime spreading.

Material Safety Data Sheet – Ag Lime

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