No Till Farming

With a rapid rise in population and decrease in agricultural land at a rate of 30 million acres annually, we have made it our mission to return global arable land back to production. By restoring the earth with the adoption of no-till practices and building organic matter, we are addressing...

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...

The Calcium Cycle in Agriculture [Infographic]

Inspired by his previous work explaining The Calcium Cycle, we partnered again with Dr. Davidson to create an infographic explaining the calcium cycle in agriculture. Since calcium plays a critical role as a crop nutrient and as a soil amendment, farmers who understand the natural cycle can better manage the calcium in their soils. (Click...

Is Irrigation Harming Your Soil? The Relationship Between Water Quality and Soil Health

Understanding Water Quality Problems and How Gypsum Can Help Solve Them In a new report, Dr. Brent Rouppet, Ph.D., explores how your irrigation water can harm your soil, even when you think it is helping your plants. Learn more about your soil's chemistry, how the irrigation water is damaging the...

Can Gypsum Remediate Dense, Deflocculated Soils?

One of gypsum’s primary benefits as a soil amendment is that the addition of calcium will flocculate the soil. Flocculation causes soil particles to come together and form natural aggregates and peds that improves soil structure and porosity. When soil particles disperse (deflocculated soils), natural aggregates breakdown and disperse, damaging...