Comparing 0 Product(s)
View Product(s) Remove All

Black Gypsum DG® (12% Humic Acid) (CA/OR Only)

10005932

Available in USA

Description

12% Ca + 48% CaSO4

  • Dispersing Granule Formula delivers Calcium and Sulfur directly into the soil with irrigation or precipitation
  • Two naturally occurring materials in one homogenous prill
  • Amends soils with high salt levels
  • Increases soil CEC to improve nutrient performance
  • Natural source of calcium and Humic Acid
  • Relieves soil compaction

Specifications

Category Soil Amendments, Organic Products, Humic Products
Markets Golf, Sports Fields, Lawn & Landscape, Horticulture
Application / Areas of Use Golf Courses, Residential Lawns, Commercial Lawns, Nursery, Specialty Crops, Row Crops, Ornamentals, Sports Fields
Technologies Black Gypsum DG®, DG Technology
States Registered
Registration Number
Density (lbs/ft3) 49
Package Wt. 50 lbs
Bag/Pallet 45
SGN Size 240
Type Granular
Nitrogen Source --
Slow-Release N (%) 0
Active Ingredient --
product bag
Packaging may differ and is subject to change.
  • Featured Article

    A+ Rewards

    Back and better than ever! The Andersons A+ Rewards Program offers turf managers the...

    Read More
  • Featured Article

    Be Prepared for Summer Lawn Diseases

    Waiting until diseases strike is a recipe for disaster, resulting in unhappy clients and...

    Read More
  • Featured Article

    Premium Spring Solutions For Putting Greens

    Trust some of our most recent innovations this spring to maintain your course’s most...

    Read More
  • Featured Article

    Moving Slowly Through the Dog Days of Summer

    The summer months are a critical time for turfgrass growth and health, and the...

    Read More
  • Featured Article

    Give Snow Molds the Boot with VersaGard

    VersaGard Fungicide G adds a vital weapon to your arsenal to combat a variety...

    Read More
  • Featured Article

    Are Your Customers At Risk for Summer Brown Patch?

    Disease prevention is an important component of client satisfaction during any growing season. Starting a...

    Read More