Each plant is individually supplied with zinc as well as a precise mix of the other elements it needs.
Two forms of Sulphur
Each granule contains a mix of sulphate sulphur and very fine elemental sulphur. Sulphate sulphur is immediately available to young plants–while the fine nature of the elemental sulphur (90% <50um) facilitates oxidation to sulphate sulphur and sustained delivery throughout the growing season.
Which to choose?
- Canola, pulses and legume-based pastures with high sulphur demand
- Crops grown on light sandy or granite-based soils prone to leaching
- Soils depleted of sulphur by heavy rainfall, flooding or high crop yields
- Starter fertiliser, applied while sowing
- Top dressing established pastures early in season
- On alkaline or calcareous soils
- When soils are wet and cold
- Where there is a reduced population of arbuscular mycorrhizae fungi (AMF) in the soil
- Where sulphonylurea herbicides are used
- On soils with a low total zinc status