Gypsum Clay Breaker
Gypsum Clay Breaker
Gypsum Clay Breaker effectively loosens and breaks up clay and compacted soils, creating a well-aerated environment for your plant's roots to thrive. This enhanced soil structure makes it easier to incorporate essential nutrients like compost, providing your plants with the nourishment they need. Suitable to use when preparing soil for planting flowers, vegetables, trees, and lawns. Clay Breaker improves soil structure and supplies calcium and sulphur (essential nutrients) to your soil.
- Improved Soil Structure: Gypsum Clay Breaker effectively loosens and breaks up clay and compacted soils, creating a well-aerated environment for your plants roots to thrive. This enhanced soil structure makes it easier to incorporate essential nutrients like compost, providing your plants with the nourishment they need.
- Optimal Nutrient Supply: Enriched with calcium and sulphur, two vital nutrients for plant growth, our Clay Breaker ensures your soil receives the perfect balance of these essential elements. As it releases calcium and sulphur into the soil, your plants will flourish with improved vigour and vitality.
- Enhanced Drainage: By using Clay Breaker, you'll witness improved drainage in your garden beds. Excess water won't linger around the roots, minimizing the risk of waterlogged soil and root rot, resulting in healthier, happier plants.
- Stimulated Root Growth: Your plants will experience healthier root growth with reduced compaction and improved aeration. Stronger, well-developed roots are the foundation for robust and flourishing vegetation.
- Less Crusting: Applying Clay Breaker helps prevent soil crusting, which can hinder seed germination and emergence. Enjoy better seedling establishment and improved plant growth from the start.
Clay Breaker is a natural, non-toxic mineral certified for use in organic production.
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