National Gypsum


National Gypsum is a dehydrated form of calcium sulphate which contains 23% Ca and 17% Sulphur by weight. It is expressed as CaSO4.2H20. Regular use of gypsum is essential to the sustainability of most irrigated soils. Gypsum is a key ingredient for the maintenance of agriculture on many types of soil and over a wide pH range, including sodicity

Class:  Calcium Fertilizer

Major Benefits:

  1. Source of calcium and sulphur for plant nutrition
  2. Improves acid soils and treats aluminium toxicity in soil
  3. Improves soil structure
  4. Improves water filtration
  5. Helps reduce runoff and erosion

Field of application:

Crops Activities Dose
All crops Source of calcium, sulphur 20-25 kg/acre