gypsite

gypsite

[′jip‚sīt]
(geology)
A variety of gypsum consisting of dirt and sand; found as an efflorescent deposit in arid regions, overlying gypsum. Also known as gypsum earth.

gypsite

Gypsum having a purity of from 60 to 90% and containing clay, loam, and sand.
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Patterns of modification A zeolite and gypsite were mainly identified.
X-ray images of synthetic zeolite admixture revealed that this admixture is made of modification A zeolite and gypsite (Al[(OH).
Before applying gypsum, put on a dust mask or, alternatively, apply gypsite, a granular gypsum product that is easier to handle.
Add gypsite and fertilizer according to the following measurements:
For citrus and avocado trees, create mix using 1/3 humus, 1/3 sand and 1/3 soil, in addition to gypsite and fertilizer.
As the weather cools, he'll be pulling up the roots and replenishing the soil with peat moss, redwood compost, gypsite, bone meal and worm eggs.
There is also a product called gypsite, which is gypsum plus nitrogen, that may be broadcast as though it were fertilizer.