Name: Ammonium sulphate
Synonyms: ammonium sulfate, diammonium sulfate, ammonium tetraoxydisulphate
Chemical formula: (NH4) 2SO4
Ammonium sulphate contains nitrogen in ammonium form.
It has a crystalline, powdery form, with a white, gray or gray-beige color. The product is very soluble in water.
Effective chemical experiments
Aquaristics (a product for demanding high quality aquarists)
Application in the garden or agriculture:
Ammonium sulphate contains nitrogen in ammonium form and easily accessible sulfur, which makes it suitable for plants that require good supply of these nutrients. Ammonium sulphate has a slow action and is a typical pre-sowing fertilizer.
Due to the physiologically acidic reaction of ammonium sulphate, it should be used primarily on weakly acid soils in accordance with fertilizer recommendations, ammonium sulphate used for crops requiring such conditions.
Ammonium sulphate can be used as an additive to support the effects of herbicides (herbicides).
Dosing: (applies to conifers, blueberries, rhododendrons, azaleas, rhododendrons) 30 g / sqm. ½ before starting the vegetation, ½ at the beginning of June.