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Sulphur granules 500kg

•Package type:
500 kg
•Collective packing:
Half-pallet 20 pcs

About the product
Sulphur granules 500 kg. Fraction on average 4.5 mm. Sulfur as a chemical compound has a very important function in life as well as in the correct development and protection of plants. It is used for soil acidification. Its task is to help in the absorption of nitrogen from the soil. It is used, among others, in the cultivation of apple trees, which protects against a disease called apple scab.

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Sulphur is an element that is widespread in nature and as a component of sulphuric amino acids (methionine, cysteine, cystine) it fulfils very important functions in shaping the quality of vegetable protein. It is a component of most phosphate fertilizers. Granulated sulphur works slowly and it takes some time for application to be fully effective in acidification of the soil. Using small doses in autumn, plants on the acidified field may already be planted during spring. When using Sulphur granulate in the amount of 2.5-3.5 kg / 10 m2 one year's grace period should be maintained. Granular sulphur can also be used when plants are already planted, but a one-time application cannot exceed 100g / 10 m2. Sulphur is commonly used to acidify the soil under blueberry cultures, rhododendrons and azaleas. Granulated sulphur is also used in greenhouses and in foil tunnels for disinfection. It is carried out immediately after the end of the growing season by gassing with sulphur dioxide. To do so, sulphur should be mixed with potassium nitrate or potassium permanganate. The mixture should be evenly distributed in greenhouses or tunnels on metal sheets or trays. We set the mixture on fire starting from the tray farthest from the entrance. This process should be carried out at a temperature of 20 degrees. After combusting the granulated sulphur mixture after 24 hours, the room should be ventilated and the plants grubbed up. The applied dose should be up to 15 g per m3 of the object's volume. Sulphur fumes are poisonous. Do not stay in the greenhouse during the treatment.

Precautionary statements

Hazard statements:
•H315 Causes skin irritation.

Precautionary statements:
•P280 Wear protective gloves/protective clothing/eye protection/face protection..
•P302+P352 IF ON SKIN: Wash with plenty of soap and water.
•P332+P313 If skin irritation occurs: Get medical advice/attention.