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European sulphur fertilizer producers


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This directory contains information on fertilizer products containing sulfur, and lists major European producers.

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Zhang ZeYan; Sun KeGang; L.A.Ying; Zhang XueBin, 1999: Study on the effect of sulphur fertilizer application on crops and the balance of sulphur in soil. Trials of sulphur fertilizer with a range of crops on different soil types in Henan province, China, showed that sulphur fertilizer at 30 and 45 kg/ha significantly increased the yields of wheat, maize and soyabean by 3.5-13.4%, 3.5-11.7% and 7.1-...

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Sakadevan, K.; Mackay, A.D.; Hedley, M.J., 1993: Sulphur cycling in New Zealand hill country pastures. II. The fate of fertilizer sulphur. The fate of fertilizer sulphur (S) applied as single superphosphate (SSP)to grazed pasture was examined in a field experiment for a period of 18 months using 35S-labelled SSP. Four sites were selected on the basis of contrasting fertilizer history...