Name: Ammonium sulphate
Synonyms: ammonium sulfate, diammonium sulfate, ammonium tetraoxydisulphate
Chemical formula: (NH4) 2SO4
Ammonium sulphate contains nitrogen in ammonium form. It has a crystalline form, it is powdery, with a white, gray or gray-beige color. This product is very soluble in water.
- effective chemical experiments,
- as a fertilizer,
- in the garden and agriculture.
Due to the content of nitrogen in the ammonium form and readily available sulfur, ammonium sulphate is suitable for plants that need a good supply of these nutrients. Ammonium sulphate is characterized by slow action and is a typical pre-sowing fertilizer.
Due to the physiologically acidic reaction of this substance, it should be used primarily on weakly acidic soils, as recommended by fertilizer. Ammonium sulphate can be used for crops requiring such conditions.
It can be used in the form of an additive supporting the action of herbicides (herbicides).
Dosage (for conifers, blueberries, rhododendrons, azaleas, rhododendrons): 30 g / sqm - ½ before starting the vegetation, ½ at the beginning of June.
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