Managing Sulphur Deficiencies

Sulphur deficiencies can impact yield and quality if left unaddressed in your fields. Sulphur is a major nutrient necessary to crop production, just like nitrogen or phosphorus. Sulphur directly provides nutritive value and improves the efficiency of other plant nutrients.

Don Messick is the vice president of program development and agriculture at the Sulphur Institute. He explains the causes sulphur deficiencies…

Messick says sulphur deficiencies looks similar to nitrogen deficiencies, and explains how to identify sulphur deficiencies…

As growers are looking to minimalize costs, he says sulphur helps improve fertilizer efficiency…

Just 15-30 pound per acre can address most sulphur deficiencies and canola, alfalfa, wheat and corn benefit the most from sulphur fertilizer. He talks about what to consider when choosing a sulphur fertilizer…

Learn more online at www.sulphurinstitute.org.