In recent years, due to the decrease in sulfur emissions in the atmosphere and the decrease in the amount of elemental sulfur applied as fertilizer, the symptoms of deficiency of this element have begun to be observed especially in cereals and rape.
Sulfur is necessary for the correct development of the plant because:
- It has a role in the synthesis of carbohydrates and proteins;
- Enhances the photosynthesis process;
- Increases plant resistance to unfavorable conditions and fungal diseases;
- Improves nitrogen efficiency over production;
- Helps to grow and develop plants uniformly;
- Favors production maturation;
- Increases the percentage of seed oil.
|Total nitrogen (N)||14,0|
|Ammoniacal nitrogen (N-NH4)||8,3|
|Ureic nitrogen (N-NH2)||5,7|
|Water soluble magnesium oxide (MgO)||14,0||soluble in water|
|Sodium trioxide (SO3)||44,0||soluble in water|
|Manganese (Mn)||0,4||soluble in water|
Stability of Chelated Fraction of pH 4-8