An Alternative to Desalinators
The majority of arid and semi-arid lands are sodic and therefore largely inefficient. In these soils, the changeable Na% is more than 15, typically alkaline and pH is more than 8.5. Relation of Sulfur Cycle with Sodic Soils Potential use of sulfur and reduction of pH with adequate sulfuric acid formation. This leads to the development of soil fertility. Pyrite may be an element used in soil pickling; For example;
When the pyrite is oxidized to form sulfuric acid, it reacts with CaCO3 or CaMg (CO3) 2 and increases the concentration of Ca, Mg and Ca2SO4 in the soil. H, Ca and Mg are replaced by the exchangeable Na ions in clay minerals and by this application, the sodium element which makes salinity from the soil is removed. This reveals a different approach of N-pHacid in desalination. N-pHacid has a double effect that reduces the pH of the soil as well as the calcium-containing desalinators, especially commercially available. Other calcium-containing preparations used for salinity removal are connected to the inner surface plates of 2 to 1 type clays in the soil, causing the surface area of ​​the clays to shrink. Because calcium is connected to clay plates with greater energy. Instead of calcium desalination preparations With N-pHacid, the more natural method (by activating the system inherent in the soil) removes salinity from the environment, increasing the high nutritional capacity of the soil and creating the perfect stop for the plant. Thanks to these properties, N-pHacid will provide economic advantages to farmers as it will increase the usefulness of many inputs.
It will also pioneer the formation of living soils, as it will also optimize the soil's own content. N-pHacid is an excellent soil acidifier with a special formulation that can be used from the beginning to the end of the production period.
You can also understand why N-pHacid should be used in your fields from the following article.