General Information


Apply through any type of handheld, knapsack, mechanical or pneumatic spraying equipment.


Pour the required amount of this product into the indicated amount of water while stirring. This product disperses instantly.


Field: Specified rate in 20 to 60 gallons of water per acre.

Orchard: Specified rate in 100 to 800 gallons of water per acre.


Field: Specified rate in 5 to 10 gallons of water per acre.

Orchard: Specified rate in 20 to 100 gallons of water per acre.


Field: Specified rate in 3 to 20 gallons of water per acre.

Orchard: Specified rate in 10 to 20 gallons of water per acre.


Some crops may be damaged by sulfur under certain climatic conditions, such as when temperature is high. Application of this product is not recommended if temperature will exceed 90°F within the three days following spraying, due to the risk of crop injury. Crops grown in greenhouses may be much more sensitive to sulfur injury, so the lowest labeled rate (or below labeled rates) should be tried initially. Do not use on any crop unless sulfur has been shown to be safe in your locality. Do not allow spray to drift into sulfur sensitive crops such as apricots, cranberries and spinach; and d'Anjou pears during growing season.

Do not use within two weeks of an oil spray treatment, except for Dormant, Delayed Dormant, or Postharvest applications with suitable oil. For citrus, do not apply within 21 days of an oil spray. Spreaders/stickers are not required for use with this product. If spreaders/stickers are used with this product, foliar injury may be enhanced under high temperatures. When growing crops for processing, consult the processor before applying sulfur.

NOTE: The application rates specified for each crop are the maximum that should be applied. These amounts may be reduced if experience or local practice indicates that lesser amounts may be effective. Consult State Agriculture Experiment Station or State Extension Service Specialist for rates recommended in your local area.


Product applications will provide sulfur needed to meet the plant's nutrient requirements and should be considered for use in total nutrient applications. This product can be used as a micronutrient supplement when applied on the foliage or soil to the crops listed on the label. Consult your State Agricultural Experiment Station or Extension Specialist for advice in selecting treatments that best fit local conditions.

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