Golf Course Management

As a leading company with a mission of returning global arable land back to production, we offer gypsum (Calcium Sulfate Dihydrate) soil amendment and crop nutrients that benefit soil for turf management and golf course management programs. We provide revolutionary calcium sulfate-based solutions and cutting- edge science that is vital...

Soil Remediation: The Role of Gypsum

The Problem: Our growing world population and the reduction in agricultural land/quality farmable soil are not a sustainable combination. Our food producer--the farmer—daily faces increasingly high costs for water, fertilizer, and implements to grow crops while simultaneously facing declining yields and damaged soil. Soil remediation has become an urgent issue....

Organic growers take note: there is such a thing as organic gypsum

Can gypsum be applied on organic farms? Commercial farmers, organic growers, home owners, turf managers and others can benefit from application of gypsum (calcium sulfate) in remediating salinity and sodium issues and improving soil structure. However they can’t all use the same sources or gypsum for all garden soils. Mined...

What’s your grade? Agricultural or solution?

Agricultural or solution? When reading marketing literature about gypsum, we often see gypsum referred to as solution grade gypsum. This product is primarily targeted for the irrigation market. Is solution grade gypsum any different than conventional gypsum? Gypsum is sold as either powdered ag-gyp or pelletized gypsum. However, ag-gyp can be marketed as...

Gypsum (calcium sulfate): how it can make degraded soils productive again

Soils in the world degrade generally from human induced activity like logging, mining, drilling (for oil or natural gas), accidental spills or farming. However, nature can also degrade soils with changes in landscape and water levels. Once soils are degraded, they are no longer productive. They cannot support natural vegetation...