Robert Stevahn (email@example.com)
Fri, 8 Mar 1996 08:50:56 -0700
> >From the AL post (thanks) I take it that the drywall is being appied to acidic
> soils. Is this true?
> Would recommendations change if the soil was more neutral?
It was my impression that gypsum is acidic, and is most appropriate
for alkaline soils like those found in the semiarid west. In fact
it's an ideal amendment here, because it helps both with the
alkalinity and with the density of the soil.
Robert Stevahn - firstname.lastname@example.org - Boise Food Connection CSA