Agricultural gypsum sale for reducing Soil salinity

Agricultural gypsum sale

This group sales agricultural gypsum for reducing agricultural soil salinity. Currently, the problem of decreasing rainfall and coming down in level of groundwater table that is called soil salinity effects on agricultural area. What do we for minimizing the soil salinity on products’ function and quality?

Agricultural gypsum sale

Gypsum use in agriculture

We should ameliorate saline soils for increasing in product yield and quality. There are diverse methods and modifiers for this issue, but one of the most inexpensive and available products is agricultural gypsum.

Agricultural gypsum sale

This amendment has a critical role in improvements of soil physicochemical properties that’s mean in addition to helping to decrease the sodium content of the soil it has wonderful effects as follows:

Raw gypsum effects on agricultural soil

  1. Gypsum has two macronutrients components, calcium and sulfur, which are easily accessible for roots.
  2.  Improving and reinforcing the soil structure.
  3.  Helping ameliorate sodic soil.
  4.   Removing toxic boron from soil.
  5.  Causing organic matters stability.
  6.  Providing a situation for plowing right after irrigation.
  7. Increasing irrigation water efficiency.
  8. Reducing the toxicity of heavy metal elements.
  9. Increasing products quality and prevents some plant diseases.
  10. Helping grow earthworms in the soil.
  11. Preventing flood conditions through increasing soil permeability.

Agricultural gypsum sale

How and when to use Agricultural gypsum?

Row gypsum doesn’t lead to poisoning even in growing period of product because of its moderate solubility and low salt index. We can add to the agricultural ground every time of flood irrigating but we usually use it in the dormancy period of plant that is in the autumn and winter.

Agricultural gypsum sale

At present we sell this product as wholesale in Tabriz, Kerman, Mashhad, Tehran, Shiraz and other cities of Iran.

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