I think this was asked before. The short answer is, it works, but it's way more expensive by lb. I tried out a liquid lime product on my yard, and it was a PAIN to spray, unless you have a sprayer with an agitator.
I've put this down on my lawn and food plots. More expensive than lime, but it works faster. We have a few small woods plots that now have a pH of 7 thanks to this stuff. I get it at the local landscape supply yard. (Pro's only)
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There's a wildlife brochure too.
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