General Information


SUPER SIX Liquid Sulfur is a flowable sulfur formulation that may be applied as a ground or aerial application. Consult your State Agricultural Experiment Station or Extension Specialist for advice in selecting treatments from the label to best fit local conditions. Do not combine with emulsifiable liquids except on dormant sprays or delayed dormant spray applications. USE ONLY ON CROPS LISTED AND ONLY AS SPECIFIED ON THE LABEL. EXCEPT ON COTTON, DO NOT APPLY WHEN TEMPERATURES EXCEED OR ARE LIKELY TO EXCEED 90°F. Do not use sulfur with oil or within 14 days of an oil spray (for citrus 21 days). Do not combine with emulsifiable liquids.

NOTE: Sulfur will cause severe fruit and leaf injury to sulfur-sensitive crops. Do not apply or allow to drift to apricots, d'Anjou and Cornice pears, cranberries, cucurbits (cucumber, cantaloupes, melons, squash), filberts, spinach, tung trees, walnuts or other sensitive plants. Concord and Labrusca grape varieties may be injured by sulfur. Sulfur may burn foliage and fruit during periods of high temperatures and under certain climate conditions. SUPER SIX Liquid Sulfur can be mixed and applied with liquid fertilizer or water.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

SOIL APPLICATION: This product may be applied by ground equipment or through sprinkler Irrigation. When applied through sprinkler Irrigation follow the Chemigation Instructions given In the pesticide section of the label. Some plants are susceptible to Injury from sulfur under certain climatic conditions. The user Is advised not use to use sulfur on any crop unless local use has proven sulfur Is safe In that locality. Observe all cautions and limitations on the label of all products used In mixtures. Use general rates when leaf and soil test are not available. For every 10 lbs. of nitrogen used, most crops need 1 Ib. of sulfur. Use 1 to 3 gallons of sulfur per acre depending on the nitrogen requirements of the crops.

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