Ohio’s new practice standard, “Amending Soil Properties with Gypsiferous Products Code 801,” was designed as a guideline for using gypsum (calcium sulfate dihydrate) in their conservation programs to change the physical or chemical properties of soil.
The purposes for the Ohio standard include:
Details about Ohio’s new conservation practice standard can be found in the following documents and at your local NRCS office.
Most approved growers will be eligible to receive 75% of $28.08 for low application rates and 75% of $47.69 for high rates. For under-served, minorities and veterans, the fee structure is 90% of $33.69/acre for low rates and 90% of $57.22 for high rates.