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AeroLime™ Project Launch (February 2019) After an extensive product development phase Graymont’s new AeroLime™ product is ready for takeoff.
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AeroLime™ Project Launch (February 2019)

After an extensive product development phase Graymont’s new AeroLime™ product is ready for takeoff.

Hill Country Trials (February 2019)

With NZ Beef + Lamb predicting 2018 - 2019 lamb and beef exports to both break $3 billion for the second time the launch of AeroLime™ is timely for hill country farmers.

Turning Pasture into Profit (February 2019)

Five years after the conclusion of an intensive lime programme Chris Adams of Kopaki in the King Country region is still counting his blessings.

Early signs for fewer black beetles (October 2018 - Gerald Piddock: Wakato Times)

The wet Waikato winter has a silver lining: a reduced number of black beetles. Read about the AgResearch study on the impact of lime on black beetle numbers.

Graymont News Release (1 July 2015)

McDonald's Lime joins Graymont.

Extra@onlime Newsletter (Issue 3, December 2014)

Welcome to the third issue of extra@onlime.

Extra@onlime Newsletter(Issue 2, October 2014)

Welcome to the second issue of extra@onlime.

Extra@onlime Newsletter (Issue 1, Mar 2014)

Welcome to the first issue of extra@onlime - a new innovation to help ensure that our business partners are always up to speed with the very latest news about our products and their diverse range of applications.

Lime Live 2013 (Feb 2013)

More and more farmers are using Lime more regularly - come and see why!...

If You Lime It, They Will Eat It (Dec 2012)

When the 270 cows on Dave Muggeridge's Tatuani farm go into a new feed area between milkings they rapidly eat the lot down to residuals of 1500kgs DM/ha.

How to Profit From the Basics (Oct 2012)

These days a dairy farmer making serious money needs to have a business plan, budgets and cash flows, know how to control input costs, and measure feed stocks constantly...

Response from Nitrogen (Dec 2011)

When planning Nitrogen (N) applications, you need to allow for the acidity created. This becomes more important if you use relatively large amounts of N in the form of Urea or Ammonium fertilisers...

Speed of Lime (Oct 2011)

People talk about getting an almost nitrogen like response to lime applications, and Dave Muggeridge has seen it and has measured it. “You think of lime as a product that takes time to improve the soil and pasture, but what we have seen on our farm knocks over that theory”.

More Grass, Less Stress (Aug 2010)

“I got the local fertiliser agent out to do some soil tests. That showed it was lacking in potash and a few other things, but mostly, it was lacking in lime,”...

Calcium at Calving (Aug 2010)

Most NZ first calving heifers are under grown, and even supposedly mature cows are often still growing, i.e. using calcium for their own bone growth, not just for the calf or milk production.