Due to the high water use requirement of turfgrass systems, recycled and other non-potable sources of irrigation water are increasingly being used. Irrigation suitability analysis is an important means of establishing the potential for water quality to influence turf growth and development. Understanding of water and soil chemistry both, is required to properly use the soil and water amendmentrs listed below.
|Eco-Flo Dolomite||Dolomite||Eco-flo dolomite corrects acid soils and boots calcium and magnesium levels, displacing acidifying hydrogen ions from soil particles and replaces them with calcium and magnesium ions resulting in a more alkaline soil.||Download||Download||Download|
|Eco-Flo Gypsum||Gypsum||Eco-flo gypsum encourages clay particles to bond together and form larger soil crumbs, in turn opening up the soil structure allowing for better drainage and aeration.||Download||Download||Download|
|Eco-Flo Lime||Lime||Eco-flo lime displaces acidifying hydrogen ions from soil particles and replaces them with calcium ions resulting in a more alkaline soil. Calcium is absorbed behind new root tips so the added seaweed extract (which encourages root development) increases calcium uptake.||Download||Download||Download|
|Lower 7||Uronium hydrogen sulphate||Water quality improvement solution.||Download||Download||Download|
|Terreplex||Calcium Lignosulfonate||Terreplex is a carbon-rich acidifier, reducing bicarbonate levels and helping to convert bound minerals into plant available forms while acting as a complexing agent to improve absorption. Enhances nutritional programs by releasing bound nutrients and increasing solubility.||Download||Download||Download|