The Elevated Need for Sulfur in Alfalfa
Signs of sulfur deficiency in plants can range from the plant turning a lighter green color to a yellowing and upward curving of the leaves. Slowed growth rates, delayed maturity, and spindly plants can be a result. Unfortunately, sulfur deficiencies have become more common in recent years due to a number of factors:
- Higher air quality standards
- Increased crop yields
- Use of relatively sulfur-free nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers
Protassium+ offers 17% sulfate sulfur, making it easy for you to replenish and maintain proper S levels. Protassium+ benefits the quality and yield of your alfalfa in more ways than one.