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Casa De Amor Gypsum for Plants Natural Soil Conditioner for Lawn and Garden (900 gm)

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Whether you love vegetables or flowers, there’s a lot that goes into a beautiful and healthy garden. If you’ve tried garden fertilizers and other products from your local hardware store and still aren’t getting the results you’d like, the problem could be in your soil.

Lack of proper nutrients or poor soil conditioning could be affecting your plants in one way or another. If you think your soil could be to blame, it might be time to take some gardening cues from the farming community.

Gypsum is a natural soil conditioner made up of calcium and sulfate that provides many useful benefits to small and large gardens alike.
Advantages :
  • Improves soil structure & porosity and allows water as well as other nutrients to penetrate and reach the root system of the plants.
  • Helps in reclaiming the alkaline soil.
  • Can be easily broadcasted in the field.
  • Can be applied at any stage of farming.
  • Helps plants absorb the plant nutrient and stimulates root growth.
  • Improves soil structure and fruit quality.
  • Prevent the crusting of soil and aids seed emergence.
  • Improves water infiltration and movement through the soil profile.
  • Help reduce phosphorus runoff and erosion.
  • Improves acid soils and treats aluminum toxicity.

Gypsum is an Excellent Source of Calcium

Calcium is an essential nutrient for plant growth and development, particularly for roots and shoots. It also acts as a balancing element, improving a plant’s ability to take in other essential nutrients such as ammonium nitrogen. Since calcium cannot move from old to new plant tissues, a constant supply of soluble calcium is required for optimum plant health.

Gypsum Provides Essential Sulfur

Plants require sulfur for protein synthesis. Sulfur is also an important component of nodule formation on legume roots and is responsible for the characteristic smell of onions and garlic. Though this deficiency is becoming more common than in past, it is still not more common than calcium deficiency.

Recommended :
  • Field Crops, Horticultural Crops, Fruit Crops, Flower, Greenhouse Farming, etc.
Dosage :
  • 50 gm/plant (Depends on the nature of soil as well as the nutrient requirement)

Enriched with Micronutrients:

  • Calcium, Sulfur, Magnesium, Zinc, Boron