Granular ammonium sulphate is a high-efficient water-soluble nitrate free nitrogen-sulfur fertilizer of prolonged effect. It provides high agronomic and economic efficiencies for growing major crops. It can be used as a basal, starter, side/top dress fertilizer. Ammonium sulphate is the environmentally safe nitrogen fertilizer.
Properties / Benefits
Minimal nitrogen losses when applying;
Enhances phosphorus absorption;
Assists plants to survive adverse environment conditions;
Registration and compliance of fertilizers with EU standard
Our product meets all requirements for fertilising products and component materials laid down in Regulation (EU) 2019/1009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 5 June 2019 laying down rules on the making available on the market of EU fertilising products.The safety of all AS components has been confirmed to be in compliance with all the requirements laid down by Regulation (EC) 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH).
The proposed methods and application rates are listed in the table below:
Time of Application
Winter and Spring Cereals
Fertilizer spreader, Seeder
Winter and Spring Canola, Radish, Mustard
Root feeding (row spacing)
Row-corn cultivators-fertilizer dispensers
Attention: The above-mentioned recommended rates are based on unfertilised substrates. Please be aware that these are general recommendations.
Granular ammonium sulphate is a basal, starter, and side/top dress fertilizer. It is suitable for all types of soils and all climate zones during the entire growing season as well as for crops with high nitrogen and Sulphur demand. It is primarily intended for the fertilization of Brassicaceae (cabbage, rapeseeds, radish, mustard), garlic, onion, buckwheat, pea, alfalfa, blueberry and crops which prefer nitrogen in ammonium form to nitrate form (potato, sugar beet, forage).
Granular ammonium sulphate can be mixed into pesticide working solutions and other agrochemicals, not exceeding concentration and doses of fertilizer. Before mixing it is required to run the compatibility test. Granular ammonium sulphate may be blended with the most widely used mineral fertilizers earlier or just prior to applying. It is not advisable to mix ammonium sulphate with organic fertilizers and lime.