Most of America’s cotton is grown on sulfur-deficient soils, including the sandy fields of the coastal plains and silty southern soils that are low in organic matter. Cotton requires sulfur before its first blooms to avoid yield losses – as much as 12 pounds of sulfur per bale of yield. Sulfur and nitrogen are key components of chlorophyll, as well as amino acids that are critical to producing lint.

Key Cotton Benefits

  • Delivers 21 units of 100% sulfate sulfur nutrition
  • Sulfate sulfur is readily available for root uptake upon application
  • Helps maintain a balance between sulfur and nitrogen in crops
  • Unlocks phosphorus and micronutrients in the soil

To learn more about how Sulf-N® can benefit your cotton crop, browse the documents below or contact us for more information.

Supporting Research

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Study Underscores Need for Sulfur on Cotton, Cooperative Farming News (19 KB)