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lime my veg plot?

i want to lime my garden veg plot and i have a bag of cement render in my shed it contains lime so can i put it in my veg plot?


Lemon= 2.7pH Lime= 2.9pH Grapefruit= 3.6pH Orange=4.3pH Basically, the sourness is acidity. The orange is sweeter, so more sugars/protiens and less acidic.
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