For sulphur deficient soils
Sulphur is an important secondary nutrient for all plants. A vital component of many amino acids, it is essential for efficient protein production.
A plant nutrient and soil acidifier, Yellow Sulphur helps to grow strong, healthy flowers, fruit, vines and vegetables.
- Helps prevent yellowing of leaves
- Reduces susceptibility to powdery mildew and black spot
- Can be used as a soil conditioner for acid-loving plants.
Increased pollution control has led to decreased sulphur deposition, which means soils require extra sulphur to keep plants healthy.
Sulphur deficiency shows as a yellowing between the veins and around the margins of the youngest leaves, and can decrease a plant’s resistance to a range of diseases.
Yellow Sulphur can also be used to neutralise the effects of hard water when plants are grown in tubs or planters.
Applied as a tonic or soil nutrient, Yellow Sulphur should not be used on red or white currant plants.