Dolopril – Lime
Dolopril is made of dolomitic lime crushed to a very fine powder: 100% will pass a 30-mesh screen; 70% will pass a 100-mesh screen; and more than 30% will pass a 325-mesh screen. The powder is then constituted into spherical granules held together with a binding agent. These granules are then sized into two products: regular - passes through a 4-mesh screen and over a 14-mesh screen, and fine - passes through a 14-mesh screen and over a 35-mesh screen.
The binding agent used to make Dolopril is highly water soluble. Consequently, as soon as Dolopril granules come into contact with water, disintegration of the granule begins, and the many small particles that comprise the granule are released into the surrounding soil water medium and the reaction to correct soil pH begins. For best results, store in a dry location.
Dolopril is 100% natural and is listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI), as well as Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) Organic, for use in production of organic food and fiber.
- Adds calcium and magnesium
- Raises soil pH
- Reduces excess aluminum, iron, and manganese
- Improves efficiency of potassium
- Increases available phosphorus and molybdenum