Gardener’s Gold Dust

by | Aug 29, 2014 | Endorsements | 0 comments

Peter Dall,  Qualified & well known  Horticulturist, of Villiersdorp, endorses Khoisan’s Gardeners Gold Dust:

“Gypsum has many benefits in agriculture, but the responses I have seen, especially in home gardens where the product has been applied to all kinds of plants, including perennials and pot- bound plants, have been fantastic.

Plants have literally sprung to life.  I have managed to get rid of the brack symptoms, the chlorosis systems and have stimulated growth in a way which one cannot believe possible from something as simple as this Calcium Sulphate mixture.

The practice of adding Seaweed to the Gypsum has further enhanced the properties of gypsum, i.e. it has provided the necessary auxins (hormone messengers), and a wide range of other long-lasting nutrients to the plants, and because of the gypsum these nutrients become immediately available to the plants.
I can fully endorse the use of this 100% organic product in many situations in the home garden, especially for improving soil structure, getting rid of harmful saline salts,  and improving the calcium and sulphur content of the soils with all the benefits this brings to plants.  The addition of Seaweed can only further enhance the benefits of the Gypsum.”


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