Secondary Nutrients

SPIC Gypsum: Phospho Gypsum – Agricultural Grade
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SPIC Gypsum: Phospho Gypsum – Agricultural Grade

SPIC Gypsum is a by-product from Greenstar’s phosphoric acid manufacturing plant.

APPLICATION APPLICATION

For Agricultural use

–   Gypsum works as an agent to remove saline or alkaline ingredients in the soil and acts more or less like manure.

For Industrial use

–   Gypsum is used to manufacture Gypsum boards. In the cement industry, Gypsum is used to manufacturing lime. Gypsum is also used in manufacturing Plaster of Paris.

SPECIFICATION

  • White crystalline powder
  • SPIC Gypsum is an ideal soil conditioner and a rich source of Calcium (23%) and Sulphur (18%). CaSO4, 2H20 95% (Min.), Total – P2O5 – 0.50%
SPIC Keerthi: C M S: Granulated Soil Conditioner
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SPIC Keerthi: C M S: Granulated Soil Conditioner

Calcium (Ca), Magnesium (Mg) and Sulphur (S) are the three secondary nutrients required by plants. Different ratios are followed in different states based on the soil requirement:

State CMS Ratio
Tamil Nadu & Karnataka 15:03:05
Andhra Pradesh & Telangana State 15:05:10
APPLICATION APPLICATION

It is recommended for all crops @ 50 – 100 kgs / acre as basal application or top dressing for every year. For long duration crops, twice in a year and for perennial crops thrice in a year to be applied.

  • Soil Salinity and Alkalinity are corrected.
  • Ideal soil Electrical Conductivity (EC) is maintained.
  • Increases the photosynthesis thereby improves chlorophyll formation.
  • It gives the crop resistance to pests and diseases.
  • It helps the crop to grow well even in drought condition. Improves yield and quality of produce.

SPECIFICATION

Calcium: Helps roots and leaves to grow strong and healthy, in addition, it helps strengthen overall plant structure, increasing resistance, hails, insects, and other sources of physical damage.

Magnesium: Among its roles in plant growth, magnesium is the central atom in chlorophyll, the molecule responsible for photosynthesis, the process where plants turn sunlight and nutrients into green growth. Most of the magnesium in plants is found in chlorophyll.

Sulphur: It is essential for the production of amino acids, which are the building blocks of proteins found in all living things. Sulphur also helps in giving crops like onions, mustard and radish, their characteristic color, while it is abundant in soil that is rich in organic matter.

Commemorating 50 years of SPIC
Commemorating 50 years of SPIC

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SPIC is one of the earliest units set up in the country with a vision to produce high-quality fertilizers to improve the agricultural output of the country.

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