Gypsum is incorporated into your soil in such a way that it produces lasting effects, as evidenced by increased porosity of dense clay soils, and the reduction of clumps and clods, as well as consistent improvement of your crops in volume, disease resistance, and vitamin-mineral content.  Gypsum actually helps to increase the health of your soil.

Calcium and sulfur are taken up into above and below ground structures as measured by the plants’ needs.  Several annual applications may be required to produce the proper calcium-sulfur balance.  This can be determined by crop and soil analysis.

Gypsum can be used as a stand-alone amendment as well as a compliment to expensive commercial fertilizers.  It will give you the most value for your hard-earned dollar.