Peg Cook pegcook at northnet.org
Thu Aug 23 11:58:50 EDT 2001

Do apply Gypsum at a pH of 6.2 or lower.  The Sulfate component of Gypsum can over ride an already Calcium deficient soil and the Sulfate will act more like an "acidifying agent" instead of raising the protein content (and sugar levels) in the crop grown.

Peg Cook, Agronomist
Cook's Consulting
Lowville, NY.

pegcook at northnet.org

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  Peg Cook-using gypsum 

  Did you mean don't apply if ph is less than 6.2 or greater than 6.2 and why 
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