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Vegetable Gardening: what can gypsum be used for?

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hummingtammy
Shirley, IN

March 20, 2012
8:30 AM

Post #9050068

My neighbor gave me a bag of gypsum , I dont know what to use it for? is it good for vegetables ,melons, berries? I am going to try and grow blueberries but my soil is at 7.5 to high , will gypsum help lower that number?
tarheel2az
Tonto Basin, AZ

March 20, 2012
11:39 AM

Post #9050266

I've seen it recommended as an amendment to loosen clayey soil.

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