SuperCal SO4 Pelletized Gypsum (Bulk)

SuperCal SO4 Pelletized Gypsum (Bulk)
SuperCal SO4 Pelletized Gypsum (Bulk)
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SuperCal SO4 Pelletized Gypsum

Multiple Pallet/Truckload Discounts Available  SuperCal SO4 is a safe, natural, chemical-free, OMRI Listed gypsum-based soil amendment derived from very pure mined gypsum. It's specially formulated to help reduce water usage, ease compacted soils and increase rooting depth of turf, crops and plants.

SuperCal SO4 is a full strength product ideal for Commercial Growers, Landscape Contractors, Farms & Ranches, Lawn and Turf Professionals and Commercial Properties. Mined from some of the purest gypsum on the planet, SuperCal SO4 is a regular fertilizer grade product, designed for broadcast applications and mixing with other products. Ground extremely fine then pelletized in a uniform prill, It helps ease compacted soils allowing deeper root system penetration and increased availability of oxygen to the soil. In addition SuperCal SO4 delivers organic calcium and sulfur, in sulfate form, two necessary nutrients for lush green grass and healthy plant and crop growth. Recommended application rate is 10 - 40 lbs per 1,000 square feet depending on purpose for application.

SuperCal SO4 is 95% pure calcium sulfate dyhydrite. It is finely ground and mixed with an organic bio-polymer to form a pellet. It has 21% calcium and 17.5% sulfur (in sulfate form). SuperCal SO4 does not require any special licenses to apply, posting of warning signs, or re-entry interval.

Benefits of SuperCal SO4

  • Enhances water use efficiency. 25-100% more water is available in SuperCal SO4 treated soils vs. untreated soils = less irrigation water required to achieve the same results.
  • Helps with high bicarbonate irrigation water. Bicarbonates form free lime when water evaporates, resulting in less available calcium and increased soil pH. The reduction of available calcium also leads to a loss of soil structure and reduced water infiltration.
  • Amends and reclaims soils high in destructive magnesium. Magnesium has the opposite effect of calcium in soils; it destroys soil structure and reduces water, air movement and root growth.
  • Improves soil structure by loosening compacted soils.
  • Allows for uniform distribution of water and roots. Increases rooting depth and allows for greater oxygen penetration into the soil structure.
  • Decreases pH of sodic soils, and works to leach sodium from soils.
  • Replaces harmful salts with calcium. Sodium, chlorine and many other salts are often present at higher levels in effluent irrigation water. These salts are detrimental to plant growth and development since they rupture and destroy plant cells.
  • Delivers organic source of calcium and sulfur in sulfate form to plants
  • OMRI Listed and environmentally safe

How does SuperCal SO4 Work?

SuperCal SO4 works by leaching sodium salts and increasing soluble salts. This increases water infiltration into the soil. SuperCal SO4 stimulates soil biology which works to breakdown thatch layers. In addition SuperCal SO4 provides calcium and sulfur to turf, two important and often over looked nutrients

With field turf a dense thatch layer, surface crusts, or hydrophobic layers can severely reduce water infiltration rates. Unlike soil profile characteristics, these surface conditions can be readily corrected through cultivation, soil amendments or wetting agents. SuperCal SO4 works to reduce surface crusting by moderating soluble salts. SuperCal SO4 increases biological activity which works to break down thatch layers into stable carbon, reducing hydrophobic black layer formation.

Where thatch accumulation is excessive, significant amounts of irrigation water may be required just to wet the thatch layer. Evaporation losses are considerably higher from thatch than from soil. A heavily thatched turf is usually shallow-rooted, which also prevents effective utilization of irrigation water. When root systems are restricted to the thatch layer, light and frequent applications of water are needed to reduce runoff. This type of irrigation increases compaction, reduces soil oxygen, and increases disease.

The rate of movement of water into a soil is called the infiltration rate. Soils that have high sodium, low or high soluble salts, dense thatch layers, compaction, or hydrophobic black layers have poor infiltration rates. SuperCal SO4 regulates soluble salts and leaches sodium, increases biological activity, and oxygen levels in soil, increasing water infiltration.

SuperCal SO4 works by separating organic matter from clay soil particles making more pore space in soils. Soils consist of solid particles and pore spaces which are filled with either air or water. Pore space should account for 40 to 50 percent of the soil, depending on texture, structure, degree of compaction, and other variables. SuperCal SO4 alone does not break up compaction but can help to reduce its formation.

Depth of rooting is the most important factor in the drought resistance of a turf. A shallow-rooted turf is much more susceptible to drought injury than a deep-rooted turf. Close mowing, over-watering, excessive fertilization, soil compaction, and thatch accumulation all lead to shallow-rooted turf. The calcium and sulfur in SuperCal SO4 works down into the soil profile increasing pore space and nutrients throughout the soil. This allows turf roots to grow deeper into the soil, reducing the need for frequent inefficient watering.

Farming with Gypsum

Gypsum occurs in several forms. There is CaSO4 which is anhydrite, there is CaSO4-2H2O which is dihydrite gypsum or there can be a combination of both.

The best form of gypsum for the soil is dihydrate gypsum because it is more soluble. SuperCal SO4 is dihydrite gypsum that is 95 percent pure.

SuperCal SO4 is used in high pH soils for the soluble calcium which needs to be supplied to plants continuously and is the nutrient that corrects imbalances of all the other nutrients and also improves effects of non-essential elements which often may be present at toxic levels. SO4 also has water holding capabilities, for example, SO4 treated soil will hold 80percent more water than non-treated soil. SO4 also contains 17+ percent sulfur in the sulfate form (available to plants immediately).

High pH soil may contain a large amount of calcium but the calcium is tied up in the soil and is unavailable to the plant, the calcium in SO4 is available. A soil pH of 7.5 gives 85percent of a potential 200 bu. Per acre corn yield representing a 30 bu. per acre loss of genetic yield.

Relative (%) Yield at Different pH Levels
 
pH 6.8
pH 7.5
Corn
100%
85%
Beans
100%
93%

Soil pH can have a dramatic impact on crop yield because it has a direct effect on nutrient availability and microbial activity in the soil.

As soil pH rises above 7.0 calcium becomes less soluble and immobile and unavailable for plant uptake, only soluble CA++ and exchangeable CA++ can be utilized by plants. Table 3 below shows the amount of CA++ and Sulfur used by 200 bu. per acre corn and 80 bu. per acre soybeans.

200 Bu/A Corn
80 Bu/A Soybeans
42 lb (.21 lb/bu)CA
136 lb (1.7lb/bu)CA
32 lb (.16 lb//bu)S
36 lb (.45lb/bu)S

SO4 contains 21 percent calcium and 17 percent sulfur (in sulfate form). Calcium is one of 13 essential plant nutrients. In plant nutrition calcium serves as a regulator of the balance of all nutrients. Calcium also has some very unique precise bio chemical roles. All these together with its importance in maintaining soil organic matter levels and good soil structure supports Traynor's (1980) claim that calcium will be the most used nutrient of the future.

The most economical way to get sufficient calcium to plants in a high pH environment is to use SuperCal SO4. The gypsum in SO4 is finely ground then pelletized, to insure an even spread and that all material will get to the ground.

In the list of over 30 favorable reasons for using gypsum on agricultural land, one item suggested that gypsum could result in decreased pH of the photosphere near the active roots. The mechanism for this effect is that many plants take up calcium quite readily, but take up sulfate much more slowly. Since the differential up take of calcium and sulfate results in a buildup of hydrogen ions in photosphere equal to the differential uptake, the pH adjacent to the roots will decrease. The advantage for the effect is that in high pH soils, uptake of the micro-nutrients, iron, zinc, maganese, and copper can be increased.

The use of Super Cal SO4 alone will probably not reduce your pH, but it will create a more friendly environment for your plants.

There is a growing body of literature indicating that gypsum combined with lime is more effective than lime alone.

CaCO3 (limestone) is insoluble, it stays where you put it. Therefore, the roots will grow thru the lime profile. Gypsum is soluble and will move thru the soil profile, so calcium will be available to the plant the entire growing season. Gypsum also:

  • Decreases toxicity of aluminum by formation of (ALSO4)+ complex
  • Provides solutes that maintain soil structure and also helps create soil structure (causes soil flocculation and prevents adverse effects of rain). Co-application with lime provides solutes to prevent soil dispersion caused by lime.
  • Prevents calcium and sulfur deficiencies
  • Provides calcium to improve the stability and concentration of soil organic matter
  • Decreases magnesium levels if too high

SuperCal SO4 Pelletized Gypsum Data Sheet pdf

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Applying SuperCal SO4

  • For best results, we recommend a soil test be performed before any lime or fertilizer application. The amount of SuperCal SO4 required will vary with the soil type. In cases where sodium remediation is required, a soil test is highly recommended.
  • SuperCal SO4 can be applied at anytime during the growing season. Best results are obtained when it is applied in the spring as grass breaks dormancy and in the fall as a winterizer.
  • SuperCal SO4 is easy to apply with either a drop spreader or a spinner spreader. Uniform coverage is important to avoid streaks or uneven turf color and growth. Since SuperCal SO4 is pelletized, it spreads evenly with no dust, drift, or mess.
  • SuperCal SO4 is safe to use! It is non-toxic to humans, and pets, doesn’t burn grass and will not cause pollution problems!
  • If no rainfall is expected following application, improved results may be obtained by irrigating.

SuperCal SO4 Application Rate

  • 10 - 40lbs per 1000 sq feet in spring and fall,depending on the purpose for applying. Best results are obtained with biannual applications.

SuperCal SO4- The More Sulfur Fertilizer

Sulfur (S) is an essential nutrient needed to achieve high yields. It has been overlooked in the past since sulfur was naturally supplied through the use of high-sulfur nitrogen fertilizers, and the burning of fossill fuels and coal.

Since the 1970’s, new laws have decreased sulfur emissions more than 28%, while corn yields have increased 40%.

Recent studies by Iowa State has shown that corn yields respond to sulfur.  An increase in yield occurred 82% of the time. Over half the states in the US have reported sulfur deficient soils.

Why SuperCal SO4 Gypsum for Sulfur Fertilization?

Gypsum is the earliest known sulfur fertilizer and was applied to pastures in Switzerland as far back as 1768. The practice quickly spread to Europe and America, but was replaced by widespread use of sulfur-containing superphosphate and ammonium sulfate.
 
Sulfur deficiencies have returned in recent decades with:
  • Adoption of low-sulfur fertilizer after World War II
  • Switch from high-sulfur to low-sulfur coal
  • Use of smoke stack scrubbers in industrial furnaces & power plants
  • Reduced sulfur content in diesel fuel
About 90% of available sulfur is tied up in organic matter Other fractions are leached into the subsoil.
 
Fertilizing with pelletized gypsum (SuperCal SO4) reduces any sulfur deficiencies because:
  • It contains about 17% sulfur
  • Gypsum releases free sulfate that is absorbed by plant roots
  • It dissolves unless soil sulfate is more than 700 lbs/A of S

The Importance of Sulfur

Sulfur is a structural component of amino acids, proteins, vitamins and enzymes, and is essential to produce chlorophyll. Without these amino acids, proteins cannot be built and plants will not grow It imparts flavor to many vegetables. Visual deficiencies can be recognized as light green leaves. Sulfur is readily lost by leaching from soils and through anaerobic volatilization. It should be applied with a nutrient formula.
 
Sulfur deficiency disrupts the growth processes of:
  • Photosynthesis (due to lack of chlorophyll)
  • Nitrogen fixation in legumes like soybeans & alfalfa
  • Conversion of nitrate into ammonium and protein
  • Formation of storage proteins in developing seeds
  • Nitrate toxicity is aggravated by low soil sulfur
Sulfur deficiency usually causes yellowing of younger leaves as well as stunted growth and delayed maturity. Yellow color in new growth is even greater with sulfur deficiency than nitrogen deficiency because both are needed to make green chlorophyll. However, nitrogen is more mobile. The best way to test for sulfur deficiency is a laboratory analysis of young leaves.
 
Sulfur is not very mobile within the plant:
  • Sulfate moves with water to the leaves
  • Roots take up sulfur as sulfate (SO42-)
  • Sulfate is built into organic compounds
  • These organic compounds move anywhere proteins are being made
  • Sulfur is locked up once proteins are made

 

Kip Kullers Sulfur Tips:
 
Greatest soil sulfur loss is when potassium and sodium are high.
Stunted plants and uneven crop emergence can be caused by sulfur deficiency.

Note: These tips are taken from a presentation by Kip Kullers on high yield soybeans, and is not an endorsement for SuperCal SO4 or Calcium Products.

Sulfur is as Important as Nitrogen 
Most growers are concerned about applying enough nitrogen to non-legume crops, but do not realize that sulfur is key to nitrogen use. An adequate supply of sulfur is needed in order for plants to use nitrogen.
 
Because both nitrogen and sulfur are building blocks in protein, a deficiency of either results in shortages of:
  • Chlorophyll, the substance which converts sunlight to usable energy
  • Rubisco, the enzyme which changes carbon dioxide into sugar
  • Nitrate reductase, the material which converts plant nitrate into ammonium
Legumes accumulate equal amounts of sulfur and phosphorus, while cereals absorb 1.3% less sulfur than phosphorus.
 
Other nutrients directly affected by sulfur levels: Zinc (Zn), Selenium (Se), Calcium (Ca), Copper (Cu), and Molybdenum (Mo). Keep your soil and plant sulfur levels up for proper uptake & utilization of these other nutrients!
 
Unlocking Sulfur from Residue
When plant residues are returned to the soil, they are digested by microorganisms, and release some of the sulfur as sulfate (SO42-).  However, most of the sulfur remains in the organic form and eventually becomes part of the soil humus. Fresh organic residues decompose relatively rapidly in soil, but release of sulfur from humus is limited and slow. Mineralization of sulfur depends on the sulfur content of the decomposing material in much the same way that nitrogen mineralization depends on the nitrogen content.
 
Poor organic matter (OM), soil humus, and microbial activity (i.e. low or high pH) will decrease the amount of sulfur available to plants.
 
Sulfur in soil converts back and forth from inorganic to organic forms due to the presence of microbes. Immobilized sulfur is bound in soil humus, microbial cells, and in byproducts of microbial synthesis. Sulfur reactions in the soil are very similar to those of nitrogen, which are dominated by the organic or microbial fraction in the soil. There are similarities between nitrogen and sulfur cycles in that both have gaseous components and their occurrence in soils is associated with organic matter.
 
Crops grown on coarse-textured soils are generally more susceptible to sulfur deficiency, due to low organic matter contents and susceptibility to leaching.
Crops grown on soils that have < 1.2-1.5 % organic matter often require sulfur fertilization.
Sulfur soil tests generally have not been successful in predicting sulfur fertilization requirements for crops.
 
Elemental Sulfur (90%) – Please wait 1 to 3 years for plant availability
Elemental Sulfur (S 2-) products require a period of exposure on the soil surface to absorb moisture and freeze-thaw cycles, which causes the pellets/granules to disperse the sulfur. Finely divided sulfur should then be worked into the top few inches of soil as far ahead of planting as possible. The dispersion process prior to soil incorporation is essential for satisfactory conversion of elemental sulfur. An increase in temperature increases the elemental sulfur oxidation rate in the soil (the ideal temperature will be between 58-113oF).
Elemental sulfur can only be available to plants after a long breakdown period.
Elemental sulfur requires an initial phase of microbiological oxidation to produce sulfuric acid, which then produces gypsum. Microorganisms responsible for elemental sulfur oxidation require most of the same nutrients needed by plants plus a few others. Elemental sulfur oxidizing bacteria are mostly aerobic, and their activity will decline if oxygen is lacking due to saturated soils.
It takes 5# of calcium to make 1# of elemental sulfur plant available.
Breakdown of elemental sulfur is a slow process under ideal conditions.
SuperCal SO4 – The best choice for sulfur
Gypsum, which is calcium sulfate, occurs naturally in several forms. Anhydrite gypsum is CaSO4-H2O, dihydrite gypsum is CaSO4-2(H2O), or there can be a combination of both. The best form of gypsum for the soil is dihydrite gypsum because it is more soluble. SuperCal SO4 is dihydrite gypsum that is 95% pure. SuperCal SO4 contains 17% sulfate form sulfur, that is available to plants immediately.
Other Sources
There are other forms of sulfate sulfur available.  However many create more acidity in the soil. For every 1 pound of Ammonium Sulfate (21-0-0-24S) applied, your customer will need to apply up to 15 pounds of lime to correct the change in acidity. Ammonium Sulfate and Ammonium Thiosulfate (12-0-0-26S) have high salt indexes that can cause plant injury and decrease soil quality.
SuperCal SO4 has the following attributes:
  • pH neutral (6.7)
  • Low salt index
  • Effective at decreasing aluminium toxicity by formation of (AlSO4)+ complex
  • Provides solutes that maintain soil structure (decreases crusting)
  • Coapplication with lime provides solutes to prevent wind erosion caused by lime
  • Provides calcium to improve the stability and concentration of soil organic matter
SuperCal SO4 – The More Plant Friendly Sulfur Product
In the list of over 30 favorable reasons for using gypsum on agricultural land, one item suggested that gypsum could result in decreased pH of the photosphere near the active roots. The mechanism for this effect is that many plants take up calcium quite readily, but take up sulfate much more slowly. Since the differential uptake of calcium and sulfate results in a buildup of hydrogen ions, the pH adjacent to the roots will decrease. The advantage of SuperCal SO4 is that in high pH soils, uptake of the micronutrients iron, zinc, manganese, and copper can be increased.
The use of SuperCal SO4 alone will not reduce your pH, but it will create a friendlier environment for your plants.
 
SuperCal SO4 pelletized gypsum offers these benefits tocorn and soybean growers:
  • Improves plant health and productivity
  • Is an excellent source of readily available calcium and sulfate for the plant at all soil pH levels
  • The sulfate sulfur improves nitrogen utilization and fixation by legumes like soybeans & alfalfa
  • Helps manage micronutrient deficiencies such as iron chlorosis in soybeans
  • Improves soil structure, aeration, drainage, and root development of plants in conventional and especially no-till soils
  • Reduces soil surface crusting and improves seedling emergence
  • Will reduce the soil pH of sodic soils and help create the optimum calcium/magnesium ratio (4:1) in your soil
  • Helps fight diseases caused by fungi, such as white mold
SuperCal SO4 pelletized gypsum can be:
  • Applied in the fall to provide the greatest impact on soil structure
  • Spring broadcast to enhance early calcium and sulfur availability
  • Placed in zones with N, P, & K to improve drainage and calcium availability
  • Easily blended and spread with other dry fertilizer products
  • Applied at moderate rates (200-300 lbs/A) and still achieve significant yield responses
  • Mixed with seed or placed over young plants, without concern for germination or plant vigor, due to its low salt index (5)
 
Pastures and Livestock
Sulfur is used to build proteins, amino acids and enzymes. Forages grown with adequate sulfur will have a higher protein content and lower nitrate content.
 
Fertilizing your pasture with SuperCal SO4 has many positive effects on the quantity and quality of the grass. This leads to higher feed intake, improved gains and higher stocking rates.
 
Increasing the sulfur content of your forages will result in increased meat, wool and milk production. The higher production is due to increased dry matter, and cellulose digestibility, increased feed intake and improved nitrogen balance.
 
Dairy cattle performance can be improved as well. Improvements include a higher production of milk solids, milk fat, and milk protein and milk casein. The higher casein content increases cheese yields.
 
Under conditions of a sulfur deficiency, increased sulfur of beef cattle rations not only improved average daily weight gain, but also decreased feed costs per pound of gain and increased the carcass grading.
 
Don’t let sulfur limit your production, add SuperCal SO4 to your fertility program.
 
SuperCal SO4 helps hold nitrogen in manure
SuperCal SO4 works to stabilize nitrogen by converting ammonia to ammonium sulfate, a highly stable nitrogen fertilizers. It also make calcium hydroxide, self liming and making a more pH neutral manure.
How it works
NH3 + (CaSO4- 2(H2O)) = Ca(OH)2 + NH4(SO4)2
 
Ammonia - NH3 from manure reacts with SuperCal SO4 to produce a Calcium Hydroxide - Ca(OH)2 and Ammonium Sulfate - NH4(SO4)2.

SuperCal SO4 Success PDF

SuperCal SO4 Success

July 12, 2013 Written By: Andrew Hoiberg, Ph.D.

Recently, we received an update from a cooperator involved with our "Prove It" strip trial program. SuperCal SO4 was applied at 200 lbs/acre this spring to a farm located in northern Iowa in advance of corn planting and the results so far are visually stunning. Sulfur is increasingly being recognized as the fourth major plant nutrient after the "big three" of N, P and K. Its importance in agriculture is becoming more widely accepted as the supply of S in older fertilizer/pesticide chemistry and that supplied from the atmosphere can no longer be counted upon. Low levels of sulfur in the soil limit the efficiency of added nitrogen, which means if you are applying more N to overcome yellow plants and slow early season growth, you throwing your money away. Nitrogen and sulfur deficiencies are commonly confused, but sulfur deficiency is easily identified by yellowing of the upper leaves (as opposed to lower, older leaves with N deficiency) and interveinal yellowing in the youngest leaves. What should be added in this case is sulfur from a source that provides sulfate (SO4), which is the form of sulfur that plants uptake. Nitrogen and sulfur interact closely and often in the synthesis of proteins in the plant; the benefits from having the proper ratio of the two nutrients cannot be overstated on overall plant health and subsequent yield.

Here are a few photos from the farm showing control strips vs. SuperCal SO4 strips:

 

Fig. 1. SuperCal SO4 applied to the row on the left.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fig. 2. SuperCal SO4 applied to the row on the right.

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