What is a safe rate of ammonium sulfate applied with the drill on wheat? | AdvanSix Ammonium Sulfate

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What is a safe rate of ammonium sulfate applied with the drill on wheat?
It will depend mainly on soil texture and whether it is applied straight or in a blend. A 50 pound per acre rate of straight ammonium sulfate would be safe to apply next to the seed across soils, yet you could double that amount on a heavy soil.

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