Role of Sulfur in plants:

Sulfur is part of every living cell and required for synthesis of certain amino acids and proteins. Sulfur is also important in photosynthesis and crop winter hardiness. Leguminous plants need sulfur for efficient nitrogen fixation. Sulfur is also important in the nitrate-reductase process where nitrate-nitrogen is converted to amino acids

Sulfur is required for the Synthesis of Vitamins, and is a Constituent of Certain Amino Acids Which are the Building Blocks from Which Proteins are Created. Plants Wither and Die without Proteins.

Sulfur increases the size and weight of grain crops and enhances the efficiency of nitrogen for protein manufacture. Crops that have a high nitrogen requirement must have adequate sulfur to optimize nitrogen utilization. Sulfur increases yield and protein quality of forage and grain crops along with production and quality of fiber crops.

Benefit :

1. Preventing cancer
2. Increase agricultural production
3. Preventing environment pollution including subsurface water
4. Preventing soil erosion
5. Reduction of urea consumption
6. Preventing fungal diseases
7. Destroying weeds and pets
8.Increasing absorbency of micronutrients such as zinc, copper, magnesium and calcium in plant .

Usage :

1. Rice
2. Wheat
3. Corn
4. Citrus
5. Gardens

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