Sulphur amendment with fast-acting hemispherical shape. The sulphur is mixed with clay which, by absorbing moisture, easily separates, achieving a rapid decomposition and incorporation of sulphur into the soil.
Lowers conductivity significantly reducing the level of soil salinity.
Fights water stress.
The product decomposes to a powdery form in a shortperiod of time, facilitating the incorporation to the soil faster.
It does not float so in flood crops it improves the yield on the ground.
Improves soil structure and promotes water penetration.
No leaching losses.
It increases the availability of macronutrients and favours a higher absorption of micronutrients.
Improves alkaline and saline soils by flushing the salts present in the soil, decreasing the pH of the soil.
Stimulates the vegetative development of the plants, providing an intense green color by favouring the generation of chlorophyll.
Prevents potato rust.
|Elemental sulphur (S)
| Sulphur trioxide (SO3)
(Sub) tropical fruit trees
Curcubitaceae with edible skin
Pome fruit trees
Stone fruit trees
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