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Wollastonite is a naturally occurring mineral that has proven to be a valuable soil amendment for plants. It contains calcium, magnesium, and silica, which are essential nutrients that plants need to grow and thrive. When added to soil, wollastonite can help improve soil structure, increase nutrient availability, and enhance plant growth and development

*Neutralizes soil acidity.

*Helps supress diseases.

*Supplies calcium & silicon.

*33 lb/100 sf or 10%-15% of soil.


What is it?

Wollastonite suppresses powdery mildew and pathogens, supplies calcium and silicon. Reduces grub pressure. Absorbs water-soluble phosphorus and heavy metals. 6-10 lb per yard

How to use it?

To use wollastonite in planting, you can add it directly to the soil. The recommended rate of application varies depending on the soil type and the plant species you're growing, so it's best to consult with a soil scientist or horticulturist before applying it. Generally, a rate of 200-500 pounds per acre is recommended for agricultural crops.

Wollastonite can also be used as a component in potting mixes for container plants. A 10-20% mix of wollastonite can help improve soil drainage, aeration, and nutrient availability.

In summary, wollastonite can be a valuable soil amendment for plants as it provides essential nutrients and can improve soil structure. It can be added directly to the soil or used in potting mixes for container plants.

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