Sulphur aids in acidifying alkaline soils by reducing the pH.
- Sulphur is one of the essential elements for plants, and is the most economical and effective way of lowering the pH within soil
- This is particularly important when growing azaleas, camellias and rhododendrons, as these plants prefer strongly acidic soils
- Sulphur is recommended for acidifying soils with a pH of 8.4 or less.
- To lower the pH by one unit (for example, from 7.5 to 6.5), apply at the following rate per square metre, pending soil type. Note: to lower the pH by more than one unit, multiply the below amounts accordingly.
- Sandy 25g/m2
- Loamy 50-70g/m2
- Clay 100g/m2
- Size: 3kg
Safety Data Sheet MANUTEC Sulphur SDS