Sulfur is increasingly used as a component of fertilizers. Elemental Sulphur is hydrophobic (not soluble in water) and cannot be used directly by plants. Over time, soil bacteria can convert it to soluble derivatives, which can then be used by plants. Sulfur improves the efficiency of other essential plant nutrients, particularly nitrogen and phosphorus. Biologically produced sulfur particles are naturally hydrophilic due to a biopolymer coating and are easier to disperse over the land in a spray of diluted slurry, resulting in a faster update. It is an essential nutrient for plant growth, root nodule formation of It is used as fungicides for the control of legumes, and immunity and defense systems.
Applications : Powdery Mildes on Cumin Seeds, Fennel, Apples, Grapes, Peaches, Pumps, Rubber, Cotton, Cereals, Mangoes, Pears, Apricots, Walnuts, Chilies, Brinjals, Lady Finger, Green Peas, Onion, Tomato, Beetroot, Roses etc. and scab diseases of Cowpea, Guar, Pea & Apple.
|Product Name||Sulphur Dust Or Dusting Sulphur|
|Appearance||Yellow Colored Lumps, Crystals , Powder , Or Formed Shape.|
|Odor||Faint Odor Of Rotten Eggs.|
|Freezing /Melting Point||118/120 Degree Centigrade.|
|Flash Point||207 Degree Centigrade.|
|Vapor Pressure||8.5 mm Hg @ 240 Degree Centigrade.|
|Bulk Density||1.211 Kg / Liter.|
|Available Packings||3 , 5 , 25 , 50 kg. Bag|
|Application||Used As Soil Nutrient , Blend With N , P , K Fertilizer For Soil Applications.|