I've heard recommendations, from Jeff Poppen, the "Bare foot farmer", who claims that we should do one year lime (calcium, white, mat), one year rock dust (shiny, high silica) as they are somewhat of "different poles" in order not to shock the soil.
As it's my first year, I'd rather not shock the soil.
I have to increase pH and Mg content, so I'm going ahead and adding dolomitic lime this fall. Next spring, I'll go ahead and sprinkle rock dust on the beds.
There are as different types of rock dust as there is of rocks!
Near the farm, I could get my greedy little hands on Basalt Rock Powder. It's marketed as a lawn fert. It doesn't look like there is much talk/usage about this type of rock dust.
I raise you my virtual hat and wish you a wonderful day, and once again, thank you for your input.