Why do your plants need Sulphate Of Ammonia? Stunted plant growth and yellowing leaves can be a sign of nitrogen loss. Sulphate Of Ammonia replaces lost nitrogen and generates healthy, green growth.
It’s quite common for many of the subtropical fruit plants to have a slow growth period in the first 2-3 years of their age. It’s important to keep an eyes on its growth rate around Spring to Summer time whilst most plants will be on dormant state during winter. Sulphate of Ammonia may be required to aid some plants that have been in a small pot for a long time and when there’s sign of yellowing on the leaves.
N = Nitrogen: (21) Nitrogen generates rich, thick green growth in all plants. S = Sulphur: (24) Soil and plant food that restores optimum growth.
How to use Sulphate of Ammonia
In planting beds spread ¼ cup of Sulphate of Ammonia (approx. 50g) per square metre. Incorporate into the top soil and water well.
When planting rows side dress approximately ¼ cup of Sulphate of Ammonia along both sides of each row, and water well.
Established trees and shrubs can be fertilised in spring and autumn by scattering ¼ cup (approx. 50g) around the base of the plant. Work lightly into the soil and water well.
Always avoid leaves and stems to prevent scorching.
Care: Wear gloves and avoid contact with skin, eyes or inhalation. Wash hands after use.
Store: tightly sealed bag in cool, dry area.
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