Agricultural gypsum (fertilizer): Sold per MT
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Gypsum is one of the earliest forms of fertilizer used throughout the World. It has been applied to agricultural soils for more than 250 years. Gypsum is a moderately soluble source of the essential plant nutrients, calcium and sulfur, and can improve overall plant growth.
Pelletized gypsum (calcium sulfate) can be easily blended with today’s dry fertilizer materials including urea, ammonium sulfate, diammonium phosphate (DAP) or monoammonium phosphate (MAP).
Is gypsum a cost-effective solution for your calcium and sulfur needs? Check soil tests and consult your agronomist.
- Soluble Calcium flocculates swelling clay soils allowing air & water movement
- Sulfate form of Sulfur doesn’t acidify soil as it converts to the form plants use
- Displace magnesium on soil particles making it non-toxic and preventing dispersion
- Reduce subsoil alum toxicity with mobile calcium reaching subsoil levels
- Prevent dissolved phosphorus run off keeping it in the soil where plants can use it
- Stabilize nitrogen in Urea fertilizer and reduce volatilization