Golf Course Gypsum

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REGYP supplies high quality gypsum for golf courses in NSW. The gypsum products are ideally suited for use on golf course fairways, greens, general agriculture, gardening, lawns and in landscape applications.

REGYP can supply low cost:
– high quality mined gypsum (purity 94%+),
– prilled recycled gypsum (purity 90%+), and
– super soluble solution grade gypsum for fertigation (purity 94%+).

The gypsum product can be tailored to suit your application, budget, equipment and quantity. We can also blend the gypsum with other products for one application.

If you use recycled water on your course, the water generally has high levels of sodium (salt), which over time, builds up in the soil profile after each watering cycle and deteriorates the soil structure causing slow water infiltration, impaired oxygen movement and a reduction in nutrient availability to the turf. One of gypsum’s main components is If you use recycled water on your course, the water generally has high levels of sodium (salt), which over time, builds up in the soil profile after each watering cycle and deteriorates the soil structure causing slow water infiltration, impaired oxygen movement and a reduction in nutrient availability to the turf. One of gypsum’s main component is Calcium, which solubilises after application and exchanges with sodium ions on soil surfaces which allows the sodium to be removed from the soil profile by irrigation water., solubilises after application and exchanges with sodium ions on soil surfaces which allows the sodium to be removed from the soil profile by irrigation water.

REGYP gypsum can also be used during the construction of golf courses for soil stabilisation, soil amelioration (clay breaker), and flocculation of dams during construction or operation.

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August 2nd, 2010|