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Encap Fast Acting Lime for Lawns

Fast Acting™ Lime

Moss, bare spots and excessive weeds hint that your soil may be too acidic. Encap Fast Acting™ Lime helps raise soil pH, significantly reducing problem areas while creating a better soil environment for your lawn. It uses only the highest purity mined calcium carbonate available. And as always, it’€™s safe for children and pets with super easy application.

  • Corrects acidic soils
  • Helps green up lawns
  • Advanced Soil Technology™ improves soil environment
  • Easy to apply with any spreader
  • Safe for people & pets

Coverage: 5,000 sq. ft., 6,650 sq. ft.

Can be applied in combination with fertilizer.

Included TechnologyAST

Application Guidelines


Apply to new lawns at installation. Established lawns up to two times per season.

Soil pH Rate (lbs./5,000 sq. ft.)
6.0 and above 30 lbs. / 1 bag
5.5 – 6.0 60 lbs. / 2 bags
5.0 – 5.5 90 lbs. / 3 bags
Less than 5.0 120 lbs. / 4 bags

Application Rate Frequency
Shrubs 1 cup surrounding base Feed in spring and fall
Veg. Gardens 1 lb. for every 100 sq. ft. Feed in spring
Flower Gardens 1 lb. for every 100 sq. ft. Feed in spring


Spreader Settings

Type Model Setting
Drop Scotts® AccuGreen 3000 4.5
Drop Agway® DS 4500 4
Broadcast Agway® SB 4000 7
Broadcast Agway® TBS 4300 6
Broadcast Agway® SB 6000 AG 7
Broadcast Agway® TBS 4500 PAG 7
Broadcast Agway® TBS 7000 3
Broadcast Agway® TBS 6000 AG 6
Broadcast Agway® SB 4500 8
Broadcast Earthway® 2030 PI 15
Broadcast Earthway® 2050 15
Broadcast Lesco® Commercial Plus 15
Broadcast Spyker® 76 6
Broadcast Spyker® 298 3
Broadcast Scotts® Speedygreen 2000 7
Broadcast Scotts® Standard 4
Broadcast Scotts® Deluxe 4
Broadcast Scotts® Pro Edgeguard 4
Broadcast Scotts® Lawn Pro 4


Product Composition


Encap® Fast ActingTM Lime

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

Calcium (Ca)…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 36%
Calcium Carbonate (CaCO3)……………………………………………………………………………………….. 94%
Calcium Carbonate Equivalence (CCE)………………………………………………………………………….. 94%*
Moisture Maximum…………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 1%

Neutralizing value 94% Calcium Carbonate Equivalence (CCE)

Derived from calcitic lime F1430

In Florida, this product requires 1915 pounds to be equal to one ton of standard liming material.

*In California, this is the Guaranteed Analysis section

This product is not intended as a fertilizer substitute.

Iowa Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Certified 1691 lbs ECCE per ton
Kansas ECC = 86.95%
Massachusetts Fine-sized / ENV = 82.34%
Minnesota lbs. ENP per ton = 1742
Mississippi RNV = 87.3%
Nebraska ECC = 85.5%
  1710 lbs ECC per ton
New Hampshire Fine-sized / ENV = 82.34%
New York Fine-sized / ENV = 82.16%
Ohio ENP = 1724 lbs per ton
Oklahoma ECCE = 86.95%
Oregon Lime Score 91.84
North Carolina 2106 lbs of this material equals one ton of standard agricultural liming material.
Pennsylvania Fine-sized / ENV = 82.34%
  Magnesium guarantee = 0.1%
Tennessee RNV = 92.0
Virginia ENV = 82.34%
West Virginia Total Magnesium < 0.5%
Wisconsin Neutralizing Index = 87%
  Neutralizing Index Zone = 80-89

GUARANTEED MINIMUM SCREEN ANALYSIS (Prior to Prilling)

SCREEN SIZE % PASSING
4 MESH 100
8 MESH 100
10 MESH 100
20 MESH 99
40 MESH 95
50 MESH 90
60 MESH 85
100 MESH 70
200 MESH 50

ALSO CONTAINS NONPLANT FOOD INGREDIENTS:

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS
1.5% Polymers
1.0% Anionic Polyacrylamide Copolymer (Emulsion)
0.5% Anionic Polyacrylamide Copolymer (Solid)
2.0% Lignosulfonates as a binding agent
INERT INGREDIENTS
Other Inert Ingredients 96.5%


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