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I think soil test S levels will dictate response and benefits to S.
Most commercial labs use the Mehlich 3 soil test. While this test is convenient in that it analyzes several nutrients, it is not the most reliable test for sulfur. Additionally, sulfate sulfur is mobile within the soil, so the recommended practice would be to submit both soil and sub-soil samples for analysis, which is seldom done. In the Mid-Atlantic, where a lot of soft red winter wheat is grown, experts often recommend taking a tiller count. When that count is below 100 per square foot, ammonium sulfate at green-up is a preferred source to boost tillering.