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Nine Things to Remember When Buying Gypsum

Nine Things to Remember When Buying Gypsum 1.The  higher the percentage of sand in gypsum is the lower its quality will be and vice versa. The lower the pH value of gypsum is the higher its quality will be. 3.Salinity (expressed as EC) is the most important factor in selecting high quality gypsum. The lower […]

The effect of using agricultural gypsum on increasing irrigation efficiency

Applying and adding agricultural gypsum to the soil, especially in arid regions, increases irrigation water efficiency; this is done by increasing the water absorption coefficient, increasing the soil hydraulic conduction, increasing the soil moisture storage and root growth to lower soil depths. Gypsum-treated soils store between 25 and 70% more usable water than gypsum-free soils. […]

‎ The effect of agricultural gypsum on the quality of fruits and plants

‎ The effect of agricultural gypsum on the quality of fruits and plants The application of plaster increases the quality of fruits and prevents some of the plant diseases. We see lack of Calcium in most of the growing fruits. For harvesting fruits with appropriate quality, enough Calcium is necessary. Therefore, enough Calcium must be […]

Effects of Gypsum as a Soil Conditioner on Physical Properties of the Soil

  Effects of Gypsum as a Soil Conditioner on Physical Properties of the Soil   Improved surface crusting and prevention of pore clogging by clay Increased seed germination rates due to improved soil structure Enhanced rooting caused by improved soil structure Reduced erosion and runoff because of greater water penetration Increased volume of water available […]

Effect of Gypsum in Reducing Aluminum Toxicity

Effect of Gypsum in Reducing Aluminum Toxicity   Almost 50% of potentially arable lands in the world are faced with the acidification problem. Use of agricultural gypsum in soils with high aluminum concentration, such as the soils in lands under tea cultivation and those near dried up swamps used in agriculture, reduces aluminum toxicity and […]

Saline and alkaline soils and their grading

Saline and alkaline soils and their grading The main problem in amending alkaline soils is their degraded structure and toxicity resulting from the presence of sodium. The first step in amending such soils is to apply large amounts of calcium in the form of small particles of calcium sulfate (several tons per hectare) to displace […]

Benefits of agricultural gypsum and importance of its application

Gypsum is one of the first fertilizers used by farmers throughout the world. In some places it has been used as a fertilizer for about 250 years. Gypsum has moderate solubility in water (2.5-2.6 g/L). Its solubility is much greater compared to compounds such as lime but much lower in comparison with substances including chlorine […]

Effects of agricultural gypsum on soil salinity and pH

Soil salinity and pH, which are among the very important factors in agricultural efficiency, will be discussed next. Effects of agricultural gypsum on soil salinity Water and soil salinity inflict considerable losses on agricultural and horticultural production. Among the dominant soil cations, sodium ions have a direct relationship with salinity; i. e., increases in soil […]

The effect of gypsum application on soil fertility

If confirmed by laboratory results, and despite the entailed cost, gypsum application is necessary and must be a priority among farming practices. Essentially, increased calcium concentration in the soil solution in any way, such as by gypsum application, can cause formation of insoluble compounds containing phosphorus or micronutrients thus making them unavailable to plants. That […]

Identifying the principles of safety and protection in bedding and coating

Dust and excess mortar should be thoroughly removed from the surface beneath the coating. If the surface beneath the coating has seams, the seams should be cleaned and a suitable surface for connecting to the coating should be created. When coating, make sure the bottom surface is completely wet and that the entire spacing is […]

Agricultural gypsum particle size distribution

When using gypsum, the particle size of the gypsum used must be considered. Smaller gypsum particles dissolve faster. Of course, given the cost of this work, the size choice depends on economic issues, and this does not mean that the use of powder agricultural gypsum can have the best result in all cases. Gypsum particles […]

Properties of gypsum suitable for soil amendment

Gypsum, no matter how it is used, must be applied with heavy irrigation so that the sodium released from the exchange surfaces leaves the root zone along with the irrigation water. The important point is that the volume of water required for dissolving a specific amount of gypsum is usually calculated based on the solubility […]

When and how to apply agricultural gypsum?

As in all other soil amendments, it is better to apply gypsum during plant dormancy or in autumn or winter. Of course, under the right conditions and presence of sufficient water, gypsum can be applied to the soil in any season of the year. Gypsum has average solubility and relatively low salinity. Consequently, it does […]

Gypsum as a soil conditioner

  Correcting materials used for soils with high magnesium or sodium can basically be divided into two main groups. The first group –e.g. gypsum- add “calcium” ions to soil solution directly, and the second group –e.g. various acids or sulfur- reduces soil acidity which results in the dissolution of lime in the soil and release […]

Soil recognition and soil analysis, after the use of agricultural gypsum

Soil recognition and soil analysis, after the use of agricultural gypsum Soil based on soil analysis can determine what materials the plant needs and to what extent these materials are placed in another plant. Most of the methods that are used to use agricultural gypsum in a traditional way and without knowledge, your aspect is […]

Application of agricultural gypsum in saffron fields

Application of agricultural gypsum in saffron fields Investigation of the mechanism of agricultural gypsum in reducing the soil salinity of saffron fields shows that there is no time limit for adding gypsum to the soil and it can be done at any time. We should also add gypsum to the soil when heavy irrigation is […]

Effects of the calcium in gypsum on reducing phosphorus pollution

  Effects of the calcium in gypsum on reducing phosphorus pollution The calcium in gypsum reacts with phosphorus leading to calcium phosphate precipitation. This property of gypsum is used to improve the quality of running water.Consequently, gypsum can be used in agricultural lands to reduce the amount of phosphorus that enters surface waters from agricultural […]

Effect of gypsum on the modification of sodium soils

According to the definition of the American Salinity Laboratory (1954), sodium soil is soil whose percentage of exchangeable sodium (ESP) is greater than 15%. But in a study by Norscott and Chisen (1972), the researchers showed that if the soil ESP was greater than 6, it would affect the physical properties of the soil. McLentir […]

Use of gypsum in situations where saline and alkaline waters are used to irrigate lands

Irrigation of agricultural lands using saline and alkaline waters will reduce the quality of soils in these lands, so that after a few years of irrigation with saline water, it will cause the non-use of such lands. In such cases, farmers must use gypsum continuously to prevent a decrease in soil quality. In 2019, researchers […]

Impacts of Adding Gypsum to Lime-Rich Soils

Gypsum increases the quality of products Gypsum is one of the best sources of calcium and sulfate for plants that need calcium, including peanuts, tomatoes, wheat, corn, citrus, and so on. The majority of articles have reported no calcium deficiency in most of the soils in Iran due to the excess availability of lime. However, […]

The Effects of Gypsum on Agricultural Soils

The effects of gypsum on agricultural soils can be divided into three classes: Its effects on soil physical characteristics Its effects as a fertilizer on plant nutrition Its effects as a soil amendment on problematic soils (sodic, acidic, clay soils) In agricultural practices, the main objective in managing soil and the water and air inside […]

How Can Gypsum Application to Soil to Soil Increase its Infiltration?

Gypsum increases the number of large soil pores by improving soil structure ( Miller, 1987). Moreover, soil infiltration is directly related to the diameter of soil pores. Consequently, soil infiltration will improve by increasing its gypsum content. Improved soil infiltration increases the amount of water entering it and being stored in it. This stored moisture […]

Buy Agricultural gypsum in Bangladesh

We are a company that can provide you Agricultural gypsum in Bangladesh Agriculture gypsum products are a useful soil amendment for many sorts of clay lands, as it slows down the soil dispersal rate. Agriculture gypsum can also be helpful when added to soils with excessive additives, because it’s going to leach the salts out […]

Buy Agricultural gypsum in the United Arab Emirates

Agricultural Gypsum, With Gypsum in Gardening As somebody who resides and Growing veggies onto a clay land with a clay sub soil that is great, I’m always considering a way. Utilizing gypsum not merely contributes to Because the standard of the soil boosts plants but working digging to prevent compaction. Buy Agricultural gypsum in the […]

How to buy and order Gypsum fertilizer

Incredible Benefits of Garden and Lawn Gypsum fertilizer   Because of practical insights and ongoing research, the use of Lawn and Garden Gypsum has come into notice in the past couple of decades. Farmers who use Calcium Sulphate Dihydrate inside their garden, lawn or field locates its use really beneficial Due to these recorded qualifies: […]

Best Organic Fertilizer: Everything You Need to Know Before Applying It

Organic fertilizers consist of a vast amount of derivatives that are obtained fresh or dried plants’ material, animal manures and also by-products of agricultural waste. This may vary in nutrient content as organic fertilizer for agricultural soil is extracted from different sources. Being biodegradable materials, the best organic fertilizer makes ideal nutrient sources to plants. People often […]

Why You Should Use Calcium Sulfate Fertilizer in Gardening?

Heavy clay or layer of hard subsoil issues in your garden? It is a prevalent trouble for gardeners causing soil compaction, soggy soil and poor drainage. Calcium sulfate fertilizer can be used to overcome the issue as it helps to loosen heavy clays; It is known as clay-breaker for the same reason. Gypsum, an excellent […]

A Comprehensive Guide to the Application of Gypsum as a Soil Conditioner

Gypsum is considered as one of the best soil conditioners as it is both natural and mineral. Soil Conditioning is deemed as an effective method to change the chemical and physical condition of soils in order to gain more plant fertility. Agricultural gypsum believed to be a farmer’s best friend is rich in calcium and […]

How Natural Gypsum Fertilizer Can Benefit the Soil?

Gypsum is an important mineral that is obtained from the surface as well as underground deposits. It provides calcium and sulfur to plants and benefits soil properties to a large extent. Farmers use agricultural gypsum for nourishing and improving soil texture for enhanced productivity. It is important to learn that when agricultural grade gypsum is […]

Top 5 Advantages of Agricultural Gypsum That Makes It Farmer’s Best Friend

Are you looking for a vital mineral for your agricultural field? If yes then there’s no doubt that farmers are using this essential mineral for centuries; however, it is in recent years that it has gained much attention all over the world. The ongoing research and practical understandings for Agricultural Gypsum have made it a socio-economical friend […]

How much gypsum will I need?

For soil amendment, apply gypsum owners often opt for the higher rates to achieve both benefits. For peanut production, rates depend on the variety of peanut grown and whether you are producing seed peanuts. Typical gypsum rates for peanuts are as follows: Virginia peanuts: 1,000 – 2,000 lbs./A Large-seeded runners: If pegging zone calcium is […]

How Gypsum Can Help Your Garden Grow

Whether you love vegetables or flowers, there’s a lot that goes into a beautiful and healthy garden. If you’ve tried garden fertilizers and other products from your local hardware store and still aren’t getting the results you’d like, the problem could be in your soil. Lack of proper nutrients or poor soil conditioning could be […]