|Calcium (Ca)||20 %|
|Dosage||Dosage depends on the soil pH and the soil type, general guidelines is given below.|
Our Manufacturing Unit is located at Sihor GIDC Bhavnagar in State of Gujarat, India. And are actively involved in manufacturing of Bentonite Fertilizer, Soil Conditioner, CMS Granules, Micronutrient Fertilizer & Bio Fertilizer. At the outset we commenced from the grass root level. Gypsum Bentonite Granules as a CMS -Calcium, Magnesium Suplphate are made of Bentonite, phosphoric gypsum (CaSO4.2H2O), it is a good source of calcium, magnesium and sulfur. Bentonite clay is used as a binding agent to form spherical granules. It is a well-known fact that Gypsum is a soil conditioner which is the cheapest and nature friendly source of secondary nutrient calcium and sulphur. It can be applied on all crops at any stage.
Unfavourable soil conditions are the primary reasons for lower productivity of agriculture produce, their rectification is prerequisite for a profitable agriculture, Soil Conditioner has to be mixed with soil at least 3 weeks prior to sowing or planting / transplanting or before sowing.
The Effects Of Using Soil Conditioner
Soil Amendment Or Conditioner
How Soil Conditioners Work?
At Datvi Industries, we believe the best crops are grown in soils that have balanced chemical, physical and biological properties.For a long time, it has been known that plants need more than N-P-K nutrients for healthy growth. However, today agriculture is based on the Liebig’s theory of water-soluble minerals as the only requirement for healthy, nutrition and growth of plants.
Why Use Our Soil Conditioners?
Plants fed with organic sources of nutrients from soil conditioners (or soil amendments) can deliver the same yield compared to those of chemical fertilizers. In addition, the quality of the proteins, vitamins and other essential components for healthy nutrition are superior in the plants grown under an organic regime.
|For Alkaline Soils||For Acidic Soils|
|Soil PH value Dose / acre||Soil PH value Dose / acre|
|7.3-7.8 50 kg||6.8-6.3 50 kg|
|7.9-8.3 100 kg||6.2-5.8 100 kg|
|8.4-8.7 150 kg||5.8-5.2 150 kg|
|Above 8.7 200 kg||Below 5.2 200 kg|