GYPSOIL or calcium sulfate dihydrate (CaSO4 2H2O) is an excellent source of sulfur. Read more
GYPSOIL mitigates the aluminum barrier found in many Mid-South soils, particularly where there are acid subsoils. Read more
Soils will soak up rainwater faster and deeper, even in heavy rains. Growers often see improved water infiltration - with less ponding and runoff - after just one application of GYPSOIL. Read more
GYPSOIL helps improve soil structure by increasing soil particle aggregation. With GYPSOIL, soils become softer, more porous and flocculated. Read more
Erosion is a huge cost to productivity and it can contribute to reduced water quality, malfunction of drainage and hydrological systems. GYPSOIL decreases soil loss. Read more
By decreasing erosion and runoff GYPSOIL also reduces nutrient loss. Research has also shown gypsum applications are effective in reducing the total soluble phosphorus in topsoil. Read more
By loosening soil and improving water and air movement, GYPSOIL creates a much friendlier, deeper environment for soil organisms - microbes as well as earthworms. Read more
For a PDF of a brochure about GYPSOIL and its benefits to Mid-South soils, click here.