Rule 901:5-5-01 | Definitions.
When used in applying for licenses to manufacture, sell, or distribute agricultural liming material or in advertisements, labels, or invoices for such materials:
(A) "Calcitic limestone" means a product composed chiefly of calcium carbonate with lesser amounts of magnesium carbonate.
(B) "Director" or "director of agriculture" means the director of the Ohio department of agriculture or the director's designee.
(C) "Dolomitic limestone" means a product composed chiefly of carbonates of calcium and magnesium in unimolal proportions.
(D) "Marl" means a granular or loosely consolidated earthy material composed largely of shell fragments and calcium carbonate.
(E) The "carbonate form" of agricultural liming material means the product resulting from the grinding or the crushing of calcitic or dolomitic limestone.
(F) The "hydrate form" of agricultural liming material means the product composed chiefly of calcium and magnesium hydroxides.
(G) The "oxide form" of agricultural liming material means the product resulting from burning calcitic or dolomitic limestone, is composed chiefly of calcium oxide with lesser amounts of magnesium oxide, and is commonly called "burned lime."
(H) The "silicate form" of agricultural liming material means the fused product composed chiefly of calcium and magnesium silicates, and is commonly called "slag."
(1) "Air cooled slag" means the material resulting from solidification of molten slag under atmospheric conditions.
(2) "Granulated slag" means the glassy granular material formed when molten slag is rapidly chilled, as by immersion in water.
(I) "Waste lime" or "by-product lime" means any industrial waste or by-product containing calcium or calcium and magnesium in forms that will neutralize soil acidity.