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Agricultural gypsum is being increasingly used to treat sodic soils, symptoms of which are waterlogging, increased runoff, poor water storage, surface crusting, and problems with cultivation and erosion. Sodium causes swelling and dispersion of clay. The clay particles may then move through the soil, clogging pores and reducing infiltration and drainage. The calcium from gypsum displaces the sodium which can then be leached deeper into the soil. South Australian production of agricultural gypsum exceeded 300 000 tonnes in 2002 representing a 400 increase over 8 years. We provide a large number of solutions for customers in more than 160 countries/regions around the world, and are committed to creating the most suitable solutions for customers. We welcome your inquiry 7/24 hours.Get Price
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