I've gotten some good informtion from this site about frost seeding. Thank you to all that have such great wisdom. About broadcasing lime? Seems that is a good idea, well especially our soil is on the acid side and it is also clay. The pasture thats going to hell in a handbasket is proabably worth saving with the idea of frost seeding legume and clovers, maybe a type of orchard grass? to redevelop a decent pasture for cattle mainly. So the quesions are this. It's about 25 acres, mostly sloped so washing away is a consideration if not tilling. I won't till or plow at this time, or probably any other time so maybe some other idea is better to consider. But, say that I want to apply lime. Is there different strengths or grades of agricultural lime to apply? How much is needed, and what way is there to apply it manually? How long after liming is it good to frost seed? The ground frost here stays well into May. thanks.