Soil treatment/Conditioning

The direct application of gypsum improves the structure of clay soils and is often used in gardens and sports fields

Many of the soil issues relate to its structure, for example due to compaction, erosion and reduced permeability.

Gypsum flocculation action helps soil aeration and therefore with water penetration, in particular in compacted or heavy clay soils, which will in turn promote healthy root growth and therefore will improve crop yield. It also assures structural stability in arable land, reducing the amount of work required upon it, especially in damp terrain.

Benefits of usage

  • Provides a combination of calcium and sulphur in one application
  • Available either micronised, powdered or more coarse-grained gypsum