Sulfur Bentonite (Agricultural sulphur as fertilizer)
Physical properties sulfur bentonite:
Appearance sulfur bentonite: Yellow-Green Solid, pastilles shape
Order sulfur bentonite: May have a slight sulphur odor
Bulk density kg/m3: 1100-1500
Main Pastilles Size (min 70%):2-5 mm diameter
Specification sulfur bentonite
Sulfur content: 88±3%
Bentonite content: 12±3%
Moisture: 0.7% max
PH: Neutral when dry
Package size: 25 kg Bag, 1000 kg MBB
Application: Agricultural industry use as, nutrients, pesticides and soil amendments (sulphur lowering alkaline soils pH)
Advantages: Increased crop yields and quality, Promotes efficient absorption and metabolism of NPK
Performance mechanism (How it works):
As the bentonite absorbs moisture from the soil, the pastilles swell and break apart, release the sulphur particles in the range 20-500 micron, so quantity and quality of agricultural crops will improve.
Normal Handling: Avoid breathing dust and keep clothing as free from dust as possible.
Storage sulfur bentonite:
Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area. Protected from physical damage and sealed when not in use. Ensure no naked flames are present.
Sulfur bentonite and grow plant
Sulfur, sulfur bentonite is a part of every living cell .The importance of sulfur in the process of photosynthesis and the increase in plant resistance in the cold season is known.
Sulfur increases the size and weight of plant seeds as well as nitrogen efficiency in protein synthesis. The sulfur is necessary to nitrogen attract. Agricultural products that require large amounts of nitrogen fertilizer must have enough sulfur to attract the nitrogen they need. The quality and efficiency of agricultural products, including forage, cereals and crops, are significantly increased by the use of
The movement of sulfur in the soil is mainly in the form of mass and its absorption by sulfate plants is possible. The sign of deficiency sulfur begin from young leaves. Sulfur deficiency has an important role in reducing plant growth. Sulfur deficiency has effect on delayed plant growth, Sulfur concentration is about 0.2-5 in most plants. The ratio of nitrogen to sulfur is in the range of 7: 1 to 15: 1. If the amount of sulfate in irrigation water exceeds 5 ppm, the plant will not be exposed to sulfur deficiency. Most chemical fertilizers containing sulfur are in the form of sulfate and soluble in water.
Some factors that increase the need for sulfur bentonite include:
Increased use of chemical fertilizers contains higher amounts of nutrients
Increasing the productivity of agricultural products
Increase sulfur use by plants
Reduce the use of insecticides and fungicides
Establishing a legal limit for the emission of sulfur dioxide to the atmosphere
Many soils are affected by sulfur deficiency
The type of fertilizer:
Organic Solid Fertilizer