ADOB® Sulphur

Characteristics

ADOB® Sulphur is a multinutrient, multifunctional, free-flowing and non-hygroscopic crystalline fertiliser. This fully water-soluble product is intended for foliar application to arable, vegetable, floriculture and orchard crops. It features high levels of nitrogen (N) and magnesium (Mg) (14% each), and an extremely high concentration of sulphur  (SO3, 44%). Additionally, it contains a relatively high concentration of manganese (Mn, 0.4%) that is fully chelated by the classic EDTA agent. This ensures that all nutrients in ADOB® Sulphur are readily and quickly available to all plants.

Applying this N-Mg-S rich fertiliser ensures control and prevention of sulphur deficiency in crops. This is especially true for crops renowned for their high sulphur requirements, such as oil-seed rape and brassica vegetables (e.g. broccoli, cabbage and Brussels sprouts).

ADOB® Sulphur

Packaging: 20 kg

Features

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fast dissolution and complete solubility

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excellent miscibility

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a mixture of various EC fertilisers

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preventive and corrective effect

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foliar application

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contains nitrogen and magnesium

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supplementation of soil fertilisation

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fast and efficient S uptake

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NutrientsSymbolContent
[% w/w]
Form
Total nitrogenN14.0
– ammonium nitrogenN-NH48.3
– amide nitrogenN-NH25.7
Magnesium oxideMgO14.0soluble in water
Sulphur trioxideSO344.0soluble in water
ManganeseMn0.4chelated by EDTA

Stability of the chelated fraction guaranteed at pH range 4-8.

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CropsNumber of applications per seasonCrop phenological stageBBCH stageProduct application rate
[kg/ha]
Spray solution application rate
[l/ha]
Arable crops
Cereals2
tillering25-292200-300
first node to flag leaf31-392
heading51-592
Rapeseed3beginning of stem elongation30-312
3 to 8 visibly extended internodes33-382
green bud51-532
Maize14-6 leaves14-162
Potatoes2inter-row closure31-392
tuber formation40-492
Sugar beets1inter-row closure32-392
Soybean1development of side shoots and the main shoot21-491
Legumes1stem elongation30-392
Vegetable crops
Bulb vegetables
e.g. onion, leek
3leaf development13-153300-500
leaf development16-193
development of harvestable vegetative plant parts41-453-5
Cucurbits
e.g. pumpkin, zucchini, cucumber
3formation of side shoots, inflorescence emergence21-595
flowering and fruit development61-795
ripening of fruit and seeds81-895
Brassica plants
e.g. cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli
2-3leaf development14-193-5
development of harvestable vegetative plant parts41-423-5
development of harvestable vegetative plant parts43-455
Root vegetables
e.g. carrot, celery, beet
2-4
leaf development11-133
leaf development14-193-5
development of harvestable vegetative plant parts41-455
development of harvestable vegetative plant parts46-495
Solanaceous
e.g. tomato, pepper, early potato
3-4
leaf development13-152
leaf development and formation of side shoots16-293
inflorescence emergence and flowering51-693-5
fruit development71-793-5
Legumes
e.g. bean, pea
2leaf development16-195
development of side shoots and the main shoot21-395
Orchard crops
Stone-fruit trees
e.g. sour cherry, sweet cherry
1-2fruit development72-792-3
500-800
Pome trees
e.g. apple, pear
1-2fruit development74-792-3
Soft fruits
e.g. strawberry, blueberry
2-3start of vegetation10-132-3300-500
fruit development71-792-3