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Toowoomba Farmfest

May 27th, 2013|

REGYP will be at the CRT Farmfest Field Days between 4 & 6 June. We will be located at stand K30C opposite Arhens. There will be a salesman manning the site to answer your questions. He will have product samples and product information to assist you with any queries on mined gypsum, recycled gypsum, lime,

REGYP Recycled v Mined Gypsum

May 30th, 2012|

Mined gypsum in Australia can come in many forms with varying quality. The most pure gypsum is generally mined near Ceduna in South Australia and Dampier in WA. Other regional gypsum mines can produce sub standard gypsum, so when comparing any gypsum products including recycled gypsum, you must look at the purity and the sulphur

Revised Murray-Darling Basin Plan

May 28th, 2012|

The Murray-Darling Basin Authority has not changed the recommendation to return 2750 gigalitres of water to the river system, under its revised plan. The Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) is standing by a recommendation to return 2750 gigalitres of water a year to the river system, under a revised plan sent to federal and state government

Screened Gypsum used in Stock Feed Additives

April 30th, 2012|

Pasture and fodder crops usually contain sufficient minerals and vitamins for normal ruminant production. Minerals and vitamins are generally not the first limiting factor that negatively impact on intake and performance. Dietary energy and protein must first be addressed and consumed in quantities appropriate for the class of stock being fed. Calcium and sulphur are

Sibelco buys Galong Lime Plant

March 29th, 2012|

Industry news is that Sibelco (old unimin) have bought the Galong lime operations from Boral.   History: The Galong deposit was first mined in 1885 with significant mining activity in the 1920s producing quicklime, which is used in the production of cement. The mine re-opened in the 1960s and again in 1994. In 2001, the

Bumper Summer Crops

February 15th, 2012|

Floods and heavy rain in southern QLD and northern NSW will not prevent a record harvest of summer crops including cotton, rice and sorghum (ABARE). With crop downgrades expected to be less severe than in 2010/11. You have visited the REGYP News Room, for more info please visit the full REGYP website www.regyp.com.au  or call 1300 473 497

NSW Sugar Cane Plantings Set to Double

August 27th, 2011|

Grower loans and an improved season are paving the way for increased sugar production. 90% of NSW growers are expected to double their normal plant this spring. You have visited the REGYP News Room, for more info please visit the full REGYP website www.regyp.com.au , or call 1300 473 497 or email for more information.

Gypsum for Cotton

August 18th, 2011|

The cotton industry is gearing up for a possible record planting of 583,000 ha this year with good water availability and a favorable season outlook. The majority of areas where cotton is grown in Australia are alkaline and in many cases sodic as well. Soil sodicity affects soils tructure, making soils prone to dispersion and

Super Ag Gypsum Release

May 1st, 2009|

ReGyp releases its Super AG Gypsum products for use in agriculture and civil projects. Super Ag Gypsum is a high performance pre-digested source of calcium and sulphur suitable for agricultural applications using ground and aerial spread techniques. Visit the website www.regyp.com.au for more information SUPER AG Gypsum you will benefit from: its increased solubility, up