Magnesium Sulphate Heptahydrate-complex fertilizer with magnesium and sulfur
Magnesium Sulphate Heptahydrate is an complex fertilizer with magnesium and sulfur nutrition for crops.
Magnesium is an essential medium nutrient for plants. Magnesium is a constituent element of chlorophyll, and many enzymes activator participate in protein synthesis. The symptoms of magnesium deficiency in crops first appeared on the lower old leaves, with chlorosis between veins, dark green spots on the base of leaves, yellow or white leaves from light green, and brown or purple-red spots or stripes. Grass, soybean, peanut, vegetable, rice, wheat, rye, potato, grape, tobacco, sugarcane, sugar beet, citrus and other crops have a better response to magnesium fertilizer.
The symptoms of crop sulphur deficiency are similar to nitrogen deficiency, but generally first appear on the top and young buds of plants, which are characterized by dwarf plants, yellowing of whole plants, reddening of veins or stems. Grass, soybean, peanut, vegetable, rice, wheat, rye, potato, grape, tobacco, sugarcane, sugar beet, citrus and other crops responded well to sulfur fertilizer. Sulphur fertilizer can be used as base fertilizer or topdressing fertilizer.