- Subject: [cg] Re: gypsum
- From: JSBMH2@aol.com
- Date: Thu, 23 May 2002 22:12:50 EDT
Generally speaking, one pound of sulfur per 50 sq. ft. will lower the pH by
one unit. A better way, perhaps, is the use of acidic materials;
composted-oak leaves, oak sawdust, oak bark, cottonseed meal or peat moss.
Don't use gypsum, do get in contact with Pratt.
Urban Harvest Coordinator
Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
3355 S. Purdue Oklahoma City, OK 73137
405.972.1111 ext119 fax405.688.6447
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