• Midwest growers farming fields with degraded soil structure, especially tight clay type soils, often experience a host of problems that make it more difficult to farm potentially high-performance acres.
    • GYPSOIL helps reduce the crusting that inhibits seedling emergence and increases wasteful water runoff. It also helps expand the effective root zone by neutralizing the damaging aluminum barrier found in many Delta soils. Gypsum also improves water-holding capacity in tight soils and is a good source of calcium and sulfur.
    • Southeastern peanut growers - especially those who grow large-seeded varieties - use GYPSOIL to assure their crops have enough calcium in the pegging zone. Calcium is critical for proper seed development to avoid pops, pod rot and black heart as well as poor germination in seed peanuts.

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    What GYPSOIL Can Do For You

    GYPSOIL agronomy experts work closely with crop producers to help them improve soil quality.

    Soil Amendment

    GYPSOIL brand gypsum is a soil amendment used by corn, soybean, alfalfa, cotton and other crop growers to improve soil and water quality and/or increase crop productivity. Over time, GYPSOIL neutralizes metals and chemical salts and loosens soil to improve air and water movement throughout the soil profile.  Nearly all heavy soils containing clay, including gumbo, can benefit from gypsum.

    GYPSOIL brand gypsum (calcium sulfate dihydrate [CaSO4 - 2H2O]) is an excellent source of sulfur and calcium.

    Soil Improvement Through Gypsum

    GYPSOIL is a synthetic agricultural gypsum that helps achieve soil improvement. By spreading agricultural gypsum, crop growers can effectively combat nutrient runoff, remove aluminum barriers, allow water infiltration, eliminate soil crusting, and soften tight clay soils.

    A Beneficial Reuse Management Division

    GYPSOIL is a division and tradename of Beneficial Reuse Management LLC. Its mission is to make a positive impact in our customers’ soil while conserving natural resources and protecting the environment.

    GYPSOIL/BRM - the company - works with leading coal-fired utility companies and other processing plants that produce co-product gypsum to establish safe and reliable supplies for farmers in the Midwest, Southeast and Delta regions.

    Gypsum Supply Partners 

    GYPSOIL maintains partnerships that allow access to We Energies Products and gypsum from other major producers. Under the guidance of agronomist Ron Chamberlain and through events like the Midwest Soil Improvement Symposium, featuring speakers like Dr. Warren Dick, Dr. Dexter Watts, and Dr. Darrell Norton, GYPSOIL/BRM constantly works to combine the latest information with proven technologies that make gypsum available for growers who need it.

    Spreading Gypsum to Crop Growers

    Once GYPSOIL/BRM establishes a new source partner, we assist the supplier to ensure regulatory compliance is met, coordinate materials testing and develop transportation options. GYPSOIL/BRM also works with dealers and distributors to ensure growers receive the agronomic information needed to incorporate gypsum into their individual management program.

    Agricultural Gypsum to Improve Soil Quality

    To learn more about how GYPSOIL can make an impact on your soil quality, click on the regional map above in the location where you farm or click a brochure below.

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