Bentonite Sulphur

Can be used both as a source of plant nutrient or as a soil amendment for correction of alkali soil’s problem

Sulphur Bentonite is one of the concentrated source of sulphur. Sulphur deficiency is predominant in Indian soils. Sulphur is involved in metabolic functions of plants and is a constituent of amino acids. It also helps in chlorophyll synthesis and improves efficiency of other nutrients. Sulphur is a key element in oilseed production. It leads to improvement in yield of crops and oil content. Sulphur bentonite contains 90 % S and 10 % Bentonite clay which serves as binder during manufacture and as a dispersing agent after addition to soils.

Sulphur 90 % (Granular) - As per FCO specifications

  • Moisture per cent by weight, maximum 0.5
  • Total sulphur (as S) per cent by weight, minimum 90.0
  • Particle size - Not less than 90 per cent of the material shall pass through 4.0 mm IS sieve and be retained on 1 mm IS sieve and not more than 5 % shall be below 1 mm IS sieve