Does landscape position have any effect on sulfur availability? | AdvanSix Ammonium Sulfate

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Does landscape position have any effect on sulfur availability?
Yes, it is common to observe differences in sulfur distribution across fields. This is often due to variations in soil texture and organic matter levels within a field. Differences are almost to be expected in the case of rolling fields. Plants growing on the top and sides of a slope are more likely to show sulfur deficiency symptoms than plants growing at lower positions, which are less eroded and higher in organic matter.


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