Material Safety Data Sheet
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The fertilizer contains 21% of total magnesium oxide (MgO), 16% of magnesium oxide (MgO) soluble in water and 36% of water-soluble sulphur (SO3). The granular form ensures a good application and the well soluble forms of magnesium and sulphur ensure the rapid absorption of these components by the plants. The sulphur contained in the fertilizer is essential for the healthy growth and yielding of crops. Deficiencies of this element lead to a decrease in biological processes taking place during plant growth. This element is a necessary component in the processes of chlorophyll and protein synthesis.


Granular MAGNESIUM SULPHATE is a fertilizer quickly eliminating magnesium and sulphur deficiencies.

Principles of application

The fertilizer should be mixed with the soil during the spring or autumn crops. It can also be applied on the surface, preferably before anticipated rainfall.

Cultivated plants Doses [kg/ha]
rape 180-200
corn 160-190
beets 170-190
fodder and industrial potatoes 140-170
papilionaceous plants 150-180
spring cereals 100-130
grassland 80-100
fruit trees and  bushes 100-120
cabbage, brussels sprouts and red cabbage 180-200
chinese cabbage, cauliflower, tomato, pea, broccoli, leek, beetroot 170-190
green bean, carrot 160-180
cucumber 150-180
celery and celeriac 150-170
kohlrabi, chicory, asparagus, radish, onion, parsley 140-160