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AbstractGypsum was applied preplant on spring lettuce at rates of zero, 2 tons per acre, and 4 tons per acre. There were no significant differences in carton yields or in carton weights. Postharvest soil analyses showed that the application of four tons of gypsum per acre significantly increased the calcium and magnesium levels in the saturated paste solution. There were no significant effects of gypsum application on ESP and SAR values, nor in pH or sodium concentrations.
Series/Report no.Series P-78