In a horticultural setting, quick lime, lime that has been hydrated, is good for the soil if the acid level is too low; but, if too much is added, it can deplete the water within plants and other healthy micro-organisms, resulting in the death of plants; super-compacted limestone (ancient, ocean reef) asking for water – and will take it. Rock with a vengeance!



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