Sulfur is reduced to one thousandth of a millimeter and powdered. In this way, the surface area of the product is increased. Therefore, sulfur produced by this method is called micronized sulfur.
Sulfur, which is reduced in micronized sizes, affects the organic structure of the soil in a much shorter time, allowing the targeted result to be obtained faster. Sulfur helps the plant get nutrients by lowering the Ph value in the soil.
In case of sulfur use, a noticeable increase in yield, early harvest and quality increase are observed. It also helps protect the plant from many diseases like eliminating fungal and mildew diseases.
It is generally applied before planting and is used between 10 and 40 kg per decare. It is recommended to take professional help for proper dosage.