Gypsum application for legumes

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If soil tests indicate low levels of sulphur it may be necessary to apply gypsum.

Gypsum contains calcium and sulphur. The sulphur assists nodulation in legumes present in the pasture and animals with the digestion of plant material.

Where gypsum is applied soil surface conditions generally have a softening of the soil surface increasing moisture infiltration and plant roots.

Regyp Super Ag Gypsum, is high purity at 90%+ and contains approximately 17% Sulphur and 22.5% Calcium.

Please visit the website www.regyp.com.au for more information or call 1300 4 REGYP (73497) for pricing and deliveries.

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June 5th, 2009|