Strawberry production

Do cheaper liquid gypsums work the same as GYP-FLO?

Will I see immediate effects?

Can GYP-FLO remove Sodium from substrates? 

Will GYP-FLO block the filters in my irrigation system?

How much GYP-FLO do I need to apply?

What can I do when irrigation water is in short supply?

How often do I need to apply GYP-FLO?

Will GYP-FLO increase my calcium levels?

NO! Natural gypsum suspended in a solution can seriously damage your spraying equipment! Cheaper products do not work in the same way as GYP-FLO and do not contain the same amount of calcium. This is why they are cheaper. GYP-FLO is specially formulated to act quickly in the soil. Natural gypsum in a liquid, is no different in effect to natural gypsum in a powder form

Most of our customers see the advantageous effects of  GYP-FLO within seven to ten days, through comparison analysis. 

Yes, GYP-FLO is extremely effective at removing sodium and Chloride from substrates and soils.

NO, It is extremely unlikely that any blockages in the irrigation system will occur when applying GYP-FLO correctly. 


Always follow the application rates on the label. For best results in substrates use between 10 and 50 litres per hectare. If in doubt, contact Ultra Soil Solutions Ltd for further advice. 

The use of products such as GYP-FLO and Hydra-Gyp, gives the grower the opportunity to use water of lesser quality and reduce the amount  of water used. Our team can advise on the use of our products during drought conditions.

GYP-FLO is typically applied every four to six weeks, for maximum results. This can depend on the severity of the problem and the quality of the irrigation water.

GYP-FLO is an extremely effective source of calcium for fruit and vegetable production.