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Sulphur is one of the most abundant elements on earth. Together with the Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium are considered essential nutrients for plant development.

The functions that the Sulphur plays in the plant pathway are classified as structural and metabolic linked directly to increased production and quality of the product. We can highlight the following main benefits:

  • Increased methionine content in the protein content of cereals, improving their nutritional quality;
  • increased quality flour for baking and bread volume;
  • improved seed weight and micronaire index (complex fineness + maturity) of cotton;
  • It is responsible for the flavor of asparagus and the odor of onion and garlic;
  • makes the softer vegetables and more commercial value;
  • increases the production of stems and the sucrose content in sugarcane.

The results of its application are observed in quality and production efficiency. The lack or insufficiency of sulfur in the plant, inhibits their growth and development, starting to show signs of nutritional deficiency, such as:

  • Chlorosis in younger leaves;
  • small leaves;
  • short internodes;
  • reduction in flowering;
  • less nodulation in legumes.


In the row, crown projection or pit. S15 application to Sulfur nutrition, calcium and magnesium or in conjunction with other fertilizers for the supply of other nutrients.

As agronomic technical guidance.

• Sulfur (S) 15% _________
• Calcium (Ca) 22% _________
• Magnesium (Mg) ______ 02%


Granules with the same granulometry of conventional fertilizers.

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