Quickly and effectively solves the problem of sulfur levels in the soil.
Effectively oxidizes soil
Reduces soil salinity
Increases nitrogen fertilizer efficiency
Contributes to the formation of enzymes Contributes to metabolism
Activates photosynthesis and the growth and development process
Sulfur is an effective agent for soil oxidation (reduces alkalinity) . Above a certain amount, it reduces the PH value of the soil.
Sulfur is also the fourth most important nutrient in agriculture. Sulfur is essential for many plant growth functions - like nitrogen, it is an important component of protein. A plant cannot grow without protein synthesis, and both nitrogen and sulfur are required for this synthesis.
There is a close relationship between nitrogen and sulfur in plants: most plants use about 1 kg of sulfur (S) for every 12 kg of nitrogen.
Insufficient supply of sulfur to the soil reduces the efficiency of nitrogen use. A lack of sulfur increases the risk of nitrogen losses, which negatively affects yields and the environment. Studies have shown that adding sulfur to nitrogen fertilizers increases nitrogen use efficiency while reducing soil nitrogen losses. In plants, sulfur is involved in chlorophyll formation, protein production, oil synthesis, activation of other nutrients, and other important vegetative processes
The PH value is reduced by 1.0 and the nitrogen fertilizers are better absorbed.
Recommended for the soil with the PH value of 7.4 - 8.5
FERTILIZING THE PLANTS BY MIXING THEM WITH NITROGEN FERTILIZER (RATIO 1/12)
Universal fertilizer, approved for all crops. Same dosage for all cultures
Weight/volume 500 g (bottle), 25 kg / 50 kg (bag), 500 kg / 1 t (big bag)