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4 December 2019г.

Increasing the Pace of Production, not Forgetting about the Environment

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Granular nitrogen-sulfur fertilizer (ADU)

Granular nitrogen-sulfur fertilizer (ADU)

Granulated nitrogen-sulphur fertilizer - ADU

TS 00203068-04:2013

 

ADU is high-efficiency fertilizer containing nitrogen (N-25±1%) and sulphur (S-18%), its application provides high agronomical and economical effectiveness in growing the main agricultural crops.

One of the reason of the application necessity of this fertilizer is sulphur content which is easily assimilated by plants and helps to dissolve difficult soluble phosphorus compounds and make them freely soluble which increases its assimilability for plants. Also, during oxidation sulphur releases potassium, magnesium and Ferrum to the solution increasing their accessibility for plants.

 

Annual application rate for 1m2 under vegetable crops

 

Vegetables

Main fertilizer, g

Auxiliary fertilizers

superphosphate, g

Potassium chloride,g

Potatoes            

71,5

79

17

Cabbage

71,5

79

17

Tomatoes

71,5

79

17

Cucumbers

53,6

53

10

 

 




Potatoes – granulated nitrogen-sulphur fertilizer (ADU) must be applied in two stages 50% each: when planting and in budding period. Phosphorus and potassium are also applied in two stages 50% each: first time – prior to planting of potatoes and second time – together with nitrogen fertilizers during the first feeding.

Tomatoes – granulated nitrogen-sulphur fertilizer (ADU) must be applied in two stages 50% each: first time – after young plants take roots and begin to grow and second time – after the beginning of fruit formation. Phosphorus and potassium are also applied in two stages 50 % each: first time – prior to planting of transplants and second time – together with nitrogen fertilizers during the first feeding.

Cabbage - granulated nitrogen-sulphur fertilizer (ADU) must be applied in two stages 50% each: after taking roots and after cabbage head begins coiling. Phosphorus and potassium are also applied in two stages 50 % each: first time – prior to planting of transplants; second time – together with nitrogen fertilizers during the first feeding.

Cucumbers - granulated nitrogen-sulphur fertilizer (ADU) must be applied in two stages 50% each: in the period of three-four real leaves and in the beginning of female flowers blooming followed by irrigation. Phosphorus and potassium are also applied in two stages 50 % each: first time – 21 days before planting of transplants (or seeds), second time – together with nitrogen fertilizers during the first feeding.

Cotton: 50 kg/ha in the phase of (2-3) real leaves, 75 kg/ha in the phase of budding and 75 kg/ha in the cotton blooming stage.

Winter wheat:  80 kg/ha during full tillering and 120 kg/ha during booting of winter wheat.

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