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Gypsum has been used in agriculture for ages. It has versatile uses and benefits for both overall soil health and plant nutrition across many different applications, from California vineyards to corn and beans in the Midwest.
Source of macronutrients (Calcium & Sulfur)
Flocculates clay soils (attracts & binds loose particles) to improve water penetration.
Reduces phosphorous & nitrogen surface water runoff.
Remediates sodic soils.
Binds and disperses salt in saline soils.
The gypsum produced by our GypStream system is clean enough to be used across all types of agricultural applications. Its fine, even particle size can be dispersed in powder form, or easily pelletized to administer through commercial ag application equipment.
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