The use both OARS PS and HS with Verde-Cal G has led to the removal of black layer and localised dry patch at Bunclody Golf and Fishing Club, enhancing the depth of the roots and strength of turf. read more →

Untreated Bermuda Grass Turf on the left and Verde-Lawn Hydro treated on the right at 5# per 1000 sq ft. read more →

Limestone and Gypsum

March 1, 2016

It all starts with understanding a soil test and knowing how to read that test. A complete soil test will include five major cations: Ca, Mg, K, Na, H plus a CEC value. Having these five major cations accurately tested is the first step to thoroughly understanding the need for, lack of, and performance of the calcium in your soil profile as well as the calcium amendment you may choose to apply. read more →

Trial using gypsum (Verde-cal G from Aqua-Aid) to see if we could help with the effects of black layer. read more →

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It’s very common, in many regions, to see a soil test that shows Calcium Base Saturation at levels adequate or even excessive. 60 – 70 percent base saturation of calcium is adequate for a balanced level of this very vital and important nutrient. read more →

Need to know more about sodium management? Check out this Power Point! All you needed to know about managing sodium successfully! read more →

  • New Formulations of Verde-Cal Products
    New Formulations of Verde-Cal Products

    Old formulations on left, new formulations on right. Lighter in appearance, cleaner, more uniform particle size

  • Solubility Test
    Solubility Test

    Old formulation on left side, new formulation on right side after one minute introduced to water.

Newest upgrades: Faster solubility! Smaller particle size! read more →

Download this narrated “Dealing with Tough Water Issues” PowerPoint to learn more about growing turf and ornamentals while utilizing poor water quality: Download PowerPoint read more →

Pelletized dolomitic limestone

The following article was written by Dr. Samples, Ph.D., John Sorochan, Ph.D., Jim Brosnan, Ph.D, Hugh Savoy – Bio systems Engineering and Soil Science Dept and Alan Windham, Ph.D from the University of Tennessee. read more →