Our Insights | Plant Nutrition
June 03, 2016

Sulfur (ATS) vs No Sulfur (ATS) at plant

The picture to the left shows 8 rows where Sulfur (ATS) was not part of the solution applied at-plant. The 8 rows to the left and right had the addition of ATS. There is a distinct difference in color and growth of the plants. We are seeing the same thing throughout central IL. We are going to see Sulfur deficiencies more as atmospheric S becomes less and less due to newer/better scrubber technologies at power plants. A good source of foliar S, along with Zn, Mn and B is BRANDT Smart Trio.