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Ammonium Sulphate fertilizer is a type of crystal or granular fertilizer with light yellow, gray, light brown and mostly white color.
It meets the sulfur needs of the plants thanks to the sulfur it contains.
Ammonium Sulphate is less soluble in water compared to UREA fertilizer.
It is also known as sugar fertilizer due to its white color and fine grain.
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NITROGEN AND SULFUR
• It is used in calcareous soils as it is an acidic fertilizer. If it is given to the soil for many years, it increases the amount of acid in the soil. For this reason, it is preferred to use CAN 26% fertilizer instead of this fertilizer in acidic soils.
• It is used for planting tea, rice, grain, fruit and vegetable planting.
• Ammonium Sulphate fertilizer is generally used during planting. Thus, Phosphorus in the soil, which accelerates the growth of the plants, provides easier absorption by the plant.
• If less Ammonium Sulphate is given than the plants need, the growth of the plant will be poor.
• Keep away from heat and fire sources.
• Stack the packed fertilizers in clumps. When stacking, make sure that the row height is at most 15 sacks, use grids that will prevent the contact of the sacks with the ground and leave at least 1 meter distance between them.
• Store in dry and well ventilated warehouses.
• Do not smoke or use fire in the storage area.
• Keep the fertilizer away from direct sunlight in order to prevent physical deterioration due to heat.
• Do not keep the fertilizer in humid environments.
• Make sure that the doors of the places where fertilizers are stored are closed, especially in regions with different day and night temperatures and high humidity.
• Use gloves when manure is in contact with hands for a long time.
• Never stock up in the same closed area with urea fertilizer.