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- DTE Energy has entered into an agreement with the GYPSOIL division of Beneficial Reuse Management to market GYPSOIL brand gypsum from the Monroe Power Plant in Monroe, Mich. GYPSOIL is an important soil amendment to help farmers increase soil productivity and protect water quality.
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- GYPSOIL brand gypsum offers high-quality agricultural gypsum for amending soils and adding vital nutrients, including calcium and sulfate-sulfur, to improve soil quality. Research and practical experience show that the sulfate-sulfur delivered as fall-applied gypsum remains available for spring crop
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- There is growing concern among agricultural researchers and crop growers about sulfur deficiency. This release examines the use of gypsum to supply sulfur and address deficiency concerns.
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- A rigorous new study conducted by two highly respected agricultural economists brings to light the top reasons crop growers apply agricultural gypsum. Long-term gypsum users report more than 5:1 or higher returns for every dollar worth of gypsum applied to alfalfa and 2:1 or higher for corn. Yield,