Seaweed, sulfur, and acidic soil
I understand that seaweed is a great addition to compost, or to garden soil.
I have access to copious amounts of seaweed, but it's a variety that's known for its particularly high sulfur content (you can smell it from quite a distance on the beach, and I can track down the species name if anyone thinks it would be helpful).
I also live in an area that has acidic soil.
As I understand it, sulfur is commonly used to lower the pH for people who have alkaline soils. Lowering the pH is certainly not what I want to be doing.
So...should I give up on the idea of trying to incorporate this particular seaweed into my compost or garden beds? Should I use but try to balance it out with lime? Am I worrying unnecessarily?