Is Gypsum Good for Pomegranate?

Gypsum amends poor soil and if applied properly it does not affect the pH. It is not harmful to humans or animals. Gypsum does help pomegranate trees to root properly and absorb the desired nourishment from the soil. And because gypsum is neutral and will not change the soil pH, you can use it in places where plants are rapidly growing. Gypsum should be applied per directions.

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Living in Southern California, Shayne Ochoa has been writing professionally since 2005. Her articles have included topics on education, child development and gardening. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in liberal studies from California Baptist University in Riverside.