Sulphur deficiency made worse by

  • Acidic soils
  • Light, sandy soils (leaching)
  • Low organic matter
  • Poorly aerated soils (waterlogged soils
  • ) Areas with low industrial emissions

Sulphur is important for

  • Healthy green foliage
  • Even crop maturity
  • More efficient use of nitrogen by the crop
  • Improved grain protein contents

Yara recommended fertilisers for Sulphur

YaraBela AXAN

YaraBela AXAN

Winter Wheat: 500-750 kg/ha applied in 2-3 splits between GS 31-37 Winter Barley: 500 kg/ha applied at GS 31-32. Spring Barley: 300 kg/ha at GS 13-20. Exact recommendation depends on soil analysis and nutrient management plan. Refer to your local Yara area manager for detailed recommendation.

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YaraBela SULPHAN

YaraBela SULPHAN

Cereals: Exact recommendation depends on soil analysis and nutrient management plan. Refer to your local Yara area manager for detailed recommendation.

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YaraVita THIOTRAC 300

YaraVita THIOTRAC 300

Cereals: 5 l/ha at pseudo stem erection to first node detectable (Zadok's G.S. 30-31). For moderate to severe deficiency, repeat applications at 10-14 day intervals. Water rate: 200 l/ha. Wheat Only: In addition: 3 to 5 l/ha at half inflorescence (ear) emerged to end of milk development stage in grain ripening (Zadok's G.S. 55-79) or two applications of 5 l/ha in the period flag leaf ligule just visible to the end of the milk development stage in grain ripening (Zadok's G.S. 39 to 79). Water rate: 200 l/ha.

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