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Soil Sulfur (5 lb box) - F290

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Lowers Soil pH

In addition to adjusting the pH level of garden and lawn soils, Sulfur is an also an essential protein ingredient as well as plant nutrient which helps maintain the green color of leaves and aids in the use of nitrogen fertilizer by the plant.

  • Contains elemental Sulfur
  • Ideal for amending alkaline soils
  • Granulated for easy application

Important Information for Certified Organic Growers

This product should be suitable for use in organic agriculture as it has been deemed to be compliant with the USDA National Organic Program. However, as the status of any product can change at anytime, please always confirm that this product is allowed by your certifying agency.

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I did a pH test and used this to correct the pH in my beds with great results. My plants are looking the best they have in a long while, turns out I just needed to get my pH and nutrients right.

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