Use of Gypsum on Soils: A Review

  • I. Shainberg
  • M. E. Sumner
  • W. P. Miller
  • M. P. W. Farina
  • M. A. Pavan
  • M. V. Fey
Part of the Advances in Soil Science book series (SOIL, volume 9)

Abstract

Gypsum is a relatively common mineral that is widely available in agricultural areas and has a number of specialized agronomic uses, principally as a Ca source on legumes and as a soil conditioner on sodic soils. Recent research has suggest that the utility of gypsum may extend to a greater range of soils and crops than previously acknowledged. The purpose of this review is to document both current practices and potential new uses of gypsum in agriculture, in order to establish the state of the art in current gypsum use, and to point out needed research in this important area.

Keywords

Permeability Depression Sludge Selenium CaCl2 

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  • I. Shainberg
  • M. E. Sumner
  • W. P. Miller
  • M. P. W. Farina
  • M. A. Pavan
  • M. V. Fey

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