Elemental Sulfur 90% - 50 lb Bag
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- Organic Status:
- OMRI Listed
Elemental Sulfur 90%- Pelletized sulfur is useful in lowering pH without potential aluminum sulfate toxicity.
Excellent for Blueberries and all acid loving plants or to lower your pH.
Arrived as expected. Applied to where I will be planting blueberries. I will take some time before I can tell how far the pH level has been lowered. I have used the powdered version of Elemental Sulfur before, so it will be interesting to see how the granular version works.
The product is just the ticket to long term PH adjustment and is reasonably priced. The shipping on the other hand is outrageous. If I could find this product locally I'd be all over it but to date can not locate in the Tampa Florida area.
Product was as advertised and Seven Springs Farm shipping was prompt, received in less than a week. Used Tiger Organic Sulfur for lowering soil PH around high bush blueberry plants but have to wait to see results.
The sulfur pellets are designed to provide maximum product exposure while keeping them in intimate contact with the soil. I was a little skeptical at first while placing the material down for the first time. Application was 100lbs for 14000 sq ft of Zoysia and Bermuda grass stands on loamy sandy soil, the grasses needing slightly acidic pH. Setting for the spreader was "4", and got good consistent coverage over the entire lawn.
After using a Scotts Accu-Spreader, it was apparent that the manufacturer put a lot of thought into designing it's product, which aide in keeping the sulfur down on the soil and stable. Doing so, it guarantees that the soil gets maximum exposure after application, dissolving slowly over time with little loss.
I haven't used it yet and even when I do it will be at least a year before I see any results. The price was great and shipping was quick and reasonably priced.
Great product and excellent service by 7Springs! Highly recommend!
We bought this product to get the PH down in the Blueberry Permaculture. Our land was row cropped for many years and getting the soil right after many years of adding lime each year is a real task. However, it seems to work.